Preview: Inside Retail Weekly
Here’s what we’ve got in store for you this week:
Howards Storage World mounts last ditch salvation bid
The organisational retail king has fallen into voluntary administration, but there is still hope – a number of interested parties are considering stepping in to save the brand.
Qld bag ban tipping point for nationwide reform
Now that there’s a proposed ban on plastic bags in Queensland, does this mean other states will follow suit?
From the source: Chris Green, Red Rooster
The CEO chats to us about the results of the fast food outlet’s recent nationwide delivery expansion, transforming the business and taking the Aussie heritage brand into the future.
Amazon’s attack on Aussie retailers
Should local businesses be concerned about the internet goliath’s imminent arrival on our shores?
Menswear goes large
Thanks to an increase in plus size menswear stores, stylish, larger male customers are finally being catered for in the fashion retail market.
Lap of luxury
From the ruins of Angkor in Cambodia, a luxurious shopping destination from DFS has emerged.
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