This week in Inside Retail PREMIUM
Oroton Group is seeking to revitalise its core Oroton brand after severing ties with US-based Brooks Brothers, a mere two years after securing the local licence that was expected to fill the gap of former partner, Ralph Lauren. In our lead story this week, Claire Hibbit looks at Oroton Group’s new focus.
Richard Umbers and Iain Nairn are currently leading two long-serving Australian retail institutions and are locked in a battle for the hearts, minds and wallets of Australians. Also this week, Jared Dickson looks at the rocky road ahead for David Jones and Myer.
Elsewhere in Inside Retail PREMIUM this week, you can read about the key findings from the Australian Centre for Research Studies’ newly released Retail Thought Leadership study; Gazal Corporation-owned discount retailer, Trade Secret, being snapped up by a foreign buyer; and the bullish expansion Tania Austin is rolling out with women’s fashion and accessories retailer, Decjuba.
You’ll find all of this, and much more, in Inside Retail PREMIUM Issue 2056.
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