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Accent Group Archives

Meet rising star of the week: Jake Moore, buyer, Hype DC

Last month, we launched our first Rising Stars of Retail report in the May issue of Inside Retail Australia’s quarterly ...

Slam dunk: Brand Collective sees big basketball opportunity for Reebok

The fashion and footwear retailer plans to open a handful of “small flagship” Reebok stores, invest in the brand’s onlin...

Accent Group’s sales slipped by $86m before stores reopened

More than 400 of the business’ stores were shuttered through the 18 weeks to October 31.

Subtype to open new store in ‘under-serviced’ market of Brisbane

The premium sneaker and streetwear retailer is set to open its fifth bricks-and-mortar store in Brisbane later this mont...

Exie launches its first bricks-and-mortar stores under Accent Group

The brand, which was picked up by Accent Group in 2020, has used an industrial aesthetic throughout its new sites.

Accent Group commits $450,000 to mental health

“We are experiencing unprecedented levels of mental health issues due to pressures of the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Danie...

Accent Group hit fourth year of record profit, chart overseas expansion

Chief executive Daniel Agostinelli said, given the fact the industry has been hit by 14 separate lockdowns throughout th...

Why Michelle Yanez-Olivares believes it’s the perfect time to work in CX

We asked Accent Group’s head of CX what an average day looks like for her and where customer experience is headed in the...

Inside Accent Group’s new customer experience centre

The Australian footwear giant has built a new space in its head office dedicated to helping the CX team innovate and thr...

Accent Group distribution rights grow with Next Athleisure, Glue buy up

CEO Daniel Agostinelli says Glue Store's store network will be growing under Accent's leadership.

Accent Group launches first 4Workers store today in Melbourne

The 150sqm store is located in Eastland, and will be followed by six further stores launching in Melbourne in the coming...

Retail appointments for the week

ARA announces appointment for newly created role; Accent Group announces management shakeup; Valentino appoints CEO for ...

Accent Group picks up Glue, Next Athleisure in expansion play

The group has also created a new lifestyle division to target the booming athleisure market.

Accent Group taking on workwear with new brand this May

The first '4 Workers' store will open in May, with the design of the store geared towards appealing toward female shoppe...
Inside Retail & Jedox

How unified decision-making platforms are helping retailers adapt to Covid

Digital transformation has become a critical factor in adapting to the fast-evolving economy we now find ourselves in.

Ready, set, go: Accent Group speeds up

Daniel Agostinelli explains how omnichannel is helping the business speed up.

Why Accent Group is in the ‘perfect position’ for acquisitions

With significant cash on hand, the footwear giant is in a position to pull even further ahead of the pack.

Accent Group avoids board spill, delivers sales growth

Sales across Accent Group’s brands have grown 1.3 per cent in the first 20 weeks of the new financial year, while digita...

How Stylerunner plans to get millennials to shop in-store

Small touches like cool uniforms, a signature scent and Instagram-ready changerooms go a long way.
Image of The Athlete's Foot activewear range

Accent Group has a vision for the future, and it’s not focused on footwear

Having conquered shoes, the owner of The Athlete’s Foot now wants to grab a share of the broader performance market.