Retail Insight Network looks into what retailers should be doing to promote a...
- Why fashion retailers would benefit from a circular business model
- Amazon and SoftBank approach Ozon for possible acquisition
- JD Sports’ brand Go Outdoors to enter administration: Experts respond
- Oasis and Warehouse Group permanently closes stores
- Sycamore and L Brands in dispute over stalled Victoria’s Secret deal
Why fashion retailers would benefit from a circular business model
Retail Insight Network looks into what retailers should be doing to promote a circular economy, not only to help the environment but also to stay relevant in a changing retail landscape which values ethics over convenience.
Yamanto Central Shopping Centre, Queensland
JMK Retail is developing its regional shopping centre, Yamanto Central, in the western growth corridor of Brisbane, Australia. The shopping centre project is the first stage of the Yamanto Town Centre masterplan development.
Amazon and SoftBank approach Ozon for possible acquisition
Amazon and Japan-based conglomerate holding company SoftBank have approached Russian financial corporation Sistema with the aims to acquire its subsidiary Ozon, according to majority owner Vladimir Evtushenkov.
JD Sports’ brand Go Outdoors to enter administration: Experts respond
UK-based retailer JD Sports said today that it is looking at a number of “strategic options” for outdoor specialist subsidiary Go Outdoors (Go) after announcing intentions to appoint administrators for the brand on Friday.
Oak Furniture Land’s cash-light position leaves it stumped
Oak Furniture Land was the latest high-profile retailer to fall into pre-pack administration amid the COVID-19 outbreak as its lack of liquidity left it exposed during the lockdown. Now, under new ownership, the furniture retailer’s prospects are positive, but its relatively high price points and narrow uniform aesthetic leave it vulnerable.
Dollar Tree leads the way for US convenience stores
Dollar Tree Inc. has been running small stores for many years. In 2015, the retailer saw immeasurable growth, in which it doubled its number of stores across the 48 states it currently operates in.