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Anil Prabha

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How Dyson’s new demo store is plugging into Hong Kong customers

Dyson’s retail footprint and overall presence in Hong Kong has been bolstered by its recent opening of its largest demon...

Welcome to digital art gallery Teleport, the offline version of the metaverse

Teleport, the brainchild of its founder and CEO, Edward Eremyan, made quite a splash in Hong Kong last year.

How Asos is helping to stamp out modern slavery in Mauritius

There are an estimated 50,000 skilled migrant workers in Mauritius, employed mainly in the garment and textile industry....

Sweet success: How NZ honey brand Comvita is charting international growth

Comvita’s biggest international market is China and the business is keen to continue exploring further into Asia.

“It was our destiny”: Japan’s ‘most beautiful bookstore’ lands in Malaysia

Widely known as Japan’s most beautiful bookstore, Tsutaya has recently dipped its toe into Southeast Asia.

Revealed: Raffles City’s strategy to lure back in luxury customers

Raffles City Singapore has welcomed an exciting slate of international brands with new and exclusive concepts.

Online marketplace Fishyhub makes a splash in the aquarium category

For years, aquarium hobbyists have endured a tired way of shopping for fish and other related products, with little guid...

Q&A with Levi’s MD: “Climate change is the existential crisis of our time”

Against a backdrop where companies’ emissions data is often uncertain or inaccurate, Levi Strauss and Co. is focusing on...

Robots, RFID tags and an incubator area: Inside Decathlon’s new Data Lab

Decathlon’s Data Lab in Singapore is the latest facet of the brand’s pursuit of innovation and part of its efforts to de...

“It’s all about inclusivity”: Why Boohoo has launched modest fashion

Modest fashion has been making a splash on the high streets, online and the catwalk in several markets around the world....

Biotech, virtual pop-ups and indie brands: Here is the future of K-beauty

Although facing stiff competition from Western brands and changing consumer demands, the Korean beauty (known as ‘K-beau...

There’s $1 trillion of untapped potential in resale: Vestiaire Collective CEO

It’s no secret that consumer interest in resale has risen In the past few years, particularly as major brands from H&M t...

What will it take for Pakistan’s textile industry to reach net zero?

Pakistan’s climate worries are putting sustainability and net zero emissions front and centre in the country’s fight aga...

Welcome to the future: Bricks-and-mortar retail undergoes a revolution

For those who think the bricks-and-mortar concept in retail is dead, think again.

Fortnum & Mason exec discusses APAC expansion and digital plans

First founded in London’s Piccadilly in 1707, Fortnum & Mason is venturing into the digital space with the recent launch...

Meet Sugar: The “anti-establishment” beauty retailer Indian consumers crave

It’s been quite a year for Indian beauty retailer Sugar, which has just concluded a $50 million Series D fundraise led b...

“We are running out of time”: Kering CEO reveals sustainability strategy

At global luxury business Kering, sustainability and luxury are one of the same, and the company is well on its way to r...

Disney’s APAC e-commerce debut: hit or miss?

Disney finally debuts an online store, shopDisney, for markets in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singap...

The future of the metaverse: Do we really need to ‘NFT’ everything?

When it comes to the metaverse, terms like blockchain, web3.0 and NFTs are quickly becoming buzzwords.

What’s on Levi’s agenda? Sustainability, supply chain and empowering people

Levi Strauss & Co has been in business since 1853 and the pandemic has brought about major headwinds.