Retail Asia

Customers take center stage: Using innovation to grow your business

This exclusive Retail Asia virtual round table on 28 May will guide retailers on how to meet their customer's needs and sustain their business during the pandemic.

How NTUC FairPrice's consumer centric mindset became its golden goose

The "FairPrice on Wheels" community initiative brings daily essentials to mature estates with higher concentration of low-income seniors.

US-based Sam’s Club launches first Huizhou store

The store offers sampling activities, free eye and hearing tests, and wine tasting.

Hongkong Land launches shopping mall in Chongqing

It features a seven-storey botanical garden and sports and cultural interactive offerings.

Revenge spending boosts South Korea’s luxury retail

Both women’s and men’s clothing stores saw a rise in sales this year.

How South Korea’s supermarkets lure in neighborhood customers

Customers have been shopping more through local shops and online platforms.

Shinsegae’s Emart offers ‘e-money’ to customers

Shoppers can save up to 3,000 points by finding products sold cheaper elsewhere.

South Korea’s department stores scramble for better products

The rapid rise of online shopping has weakened their status amongst SMEs.

Alibaba's Taobao Deals to roll out more direct-from-producer products

The app saw 100 million users during its first year.

JD’s Seven Fresh launches first Shenzhen store

Customers can get imported produce as well as local fruits from Guangdong.

Exclusives

How NTUC FairPrice's consumer centric mindset became its golden goose

The "FairPrice on Wheels" community initiative brings daily essentials to mature estates with higher concentration of low-income seniors.

How embedded finance eases Philippines’ e-commerce woes

Embedded finance aims to simplify transactions and improve customer experience.

NTUC Fairprice: Building the grocery store of the future

What does the future of supermarkets look like in Singapore, and how will it change how you shop?

Group buying emerges as consumers tighten their budgets

It’s convenient and anyone can start their own group buying community.

Retail in the post-COVID world

Zebra Technologies’ APAC Vertical Solutions lead of healthcare and retail discuss what the future holds for retail in a post-pandemic world.

How eBay reaches out to Australia's struggling merchants

Through its Always Open on eBay Australia initiative, over 1,000 retailers have set up online shops on its platform.

Consolidation in the cards for retailers and suppliers

Suppliers may even soon become competitors with retailers in the e-commerce space.

Customers take center stage: Using innovation to grow your business

This exclusive Retail Asia virtual round table on 28 May will guide retailers on how to meet their customer's needs and sustain their business during the pandemic.

How NTUC FairPrice's consumer centric mindset became its golden goose

The "FairPrice on Wheels" community initiative brings daily essentials to mature estates with higher concentration of low-income seniors.

US-based Sam’s Club launches first Huizhou store

The store offers sampling activities, free eye and hearing tests, and wine tasting.

Hongkong Land launches shopping mall in Chongqing

It features a seven-storey botanical garden and sports and cultural interactive offerings.

Revenge spending boosts South Korea’s luxury retail

Both women’s and men’s clothing stores saw a rise in sales this year.

How South Korea’s supermarkets lure in neighborhood customers

Customers have been shopping more through local shops and online platforms.

Shinsegae’s Emart offers ‘e-money’ to customers

Shoppers can save up to 3,000 points by finding products sold cheaper elsewhere.

South Korea’s department stores scramble for better products

The rapid rise of online shopping has weakened their status amongst SMEs.

Alibaba's Taobao Deals to roll out more direct-from-producer products

The app saw 100 million users during its first year.

JD’s Seven Fresh launches first Shenzhen store

Customers can get imported produce as well as local fruits from Guangdong.

Exclusives

How NTUC FairPrice's consumer centric mindset became its golden goose

The "FairPrice on Wheels" community initiative brings daily essentials to mature estates with higher concentration of low-income seniors.

How embedded finance eases Philippines’ e-commerce woes

Embedded finance aims to simplify transactions and improve customer experience.

NTUC Fairprice: Building the grocery store of the future

What does the future of supermarkets look like in Singapore, and how will it change how you shop?

Group buying emerges as consumers tighten their budgets

It’s convenient and anyone can start their own group buying community.

Retail in the post-COVID world

Zebra Technologies’ APAC Vertical Solutions lead of healthcare and retail discuss what the future holds for retail in a post-pandemic world.

How eBay reaches out to Australia's struggling merchants

Through its Always Open on eBay Australia initiative, over 1,000 retailers have set up online shops on its platform.

Consolidation in the cards for retailers and suppliers

Suppliers may even soon become competitors with retailers in the e-commerce space.

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