The demise of movie hire chains has not gone unnoticed, but one chain is adapting to the changed market conditions with an unusual new business model it hopes will buoy the business to future successes.
Less than 12 months after Cotton On’s purchase of Supre, the homegrown fast fashion chain is making changes – Deborah Jackson catches up with Supre’s operations manager to get the details.
Solomon Lew’s name refuses to disappear from the headlines, though this time it comes with more upbeat news, and further speculation of a potential acquisition.
In other news, a coffee chain has taken an innovative approach to a shopping centre store fitout and a fashion retailer gets back to its roots.
Claire Hibbit provides a unique peek into the workings of Ikea’s flagship and first ever store in Stockholm, Sweden, and and Angus Nardi, executive director of the Shopping Centre Council of Australia has his say in our Industry Word column.
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