Preview: Inside Retail Weekly

irwA sneak peek at what’s featured in tomorrow’s issue of 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.

Happy holidays!

Inside Retail Weekly is the premium product in the broad stable of Inside Retail publications. It is published weekly, 48 times a year, and offers in-depth analysis of key retail industry news, hard-hitting opinion pieces, feature stories, and much more. 

If you are not already an Inside Retail Weekly subscriber and you would like to receive our premium weekly publication, subscribe now here. If you would like to sample Inside Retail Weekly via our free four-week trial, email subs@octomedia.com.au. Trials are subject to approval by Octomedia, publisher of Inside Retail.

For information on obtaining a multiple or corporate subscription, please email subs@octomedia.com.au or phone (02) 9901 1800.

If you have a suggestion for a story or an anonymous tip off for our team, email irnews@octomedia.com.au – all suggestions and story tips are received in confidentiality.

Comments

Comment Manually

Twitter

Family-owned retail chain is on the brink of collapse after a catastrophic Christmas and summer #retail #ausbiz https://t.co/23dnawG4Rj

6 hours ago

Super Retail Group lifts like-for-like sales by 2.4 per cent and 22 per cent increase in online, but $8 million pay… https://t.co/sVWSQuG4EN

8 hours ago

P.E Nation has just clinched a major deal with fast fashion giant H&M which will see the 4-year-old Aussie brand's… https://t.co/EkegPH9Lsc

9 hours ago