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Joyce Abaño

Joyce Abaño is a journalist for the Premium team at Inside Retail. Whether it’s crafting business stories, reporting international and local news, or writing about fashion and entertainment, Joyce captures stories that leave a lasting impression on readers. Working for more than 15 years as a journalist shows her passion for the media industry. Before joining Octomedia, Joyce was with The Peninsula English Newspaper in Qatar, The Philippine Daily Inquirer and ABS-CBN Europe. After getting her journalism degree in the Philippines, she took a course at the Sorbonne University in Paris on Langue et Civilisation Française. Joyce is happiest when she gets people excited about life and the things she gets excited about!

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Retail appointments of the week

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Startup roundup: The evolution of online florists

Here's how online florists have evolved over the years and improved on their online services.

Retail appointments of the week

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Billini: A success story in the midst of a pandemic

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Startup roundup: The fashion brands forging virtual connections with shoppers

Fashion-tech startups develop platforms that allow brands and consumers to connect in the current virtual climate.

Retail appointments of the week

Julian Dunkerton now permanent CEO at Superdry; new CEO at Foreo; Yoox Net-a-Porter names global operations director

Superdry co-founder Dunkerton named permanent CEO amid board reshuffle

Julian Dunkerton now named permanent CEO of Superdry.

The Body Shop APAC MD: Why sustainable store design is the future

The Body Shop, Ikea on embracing the concept of sustainable store design.

Startup roundup: Sustainable clothing designed by women, for women

Here are three eco-friendly startups that have recently introduced new designs to the sustainable fashion scene.

Retail appointments of the week

A round-up of who's moving in,out and around of the global retail industry this week.

Startup roundup: Sustainable and stylish gifts and homewares

From fish leather to upcycled leather these three businesses are on a mission to encourage customers to lead sustainable...

Retail appointments of the week

A new CEO at Stockland; LVMH chief digital officer exits role; new CEO at Banana Republic.

How the fashion industry supported their workers during Covid

Which fashion retailers stepped up to support their teams during the pandemic and which didn't?

Startup roundup: Hot trends for the male shopper

Innovative startups are bringing quality and customisation to the booming menswear market.

This week in appointments

A leadership shakeup at Victoria's Secret and a new CEO at J. Crew. Here's our roundup of retail leaders moving in and o...

A look inside Meidi-Ya’s largest flagship store in Singapore

The upmarket grocery store features delicacies flown in straight from Japan and a food hall with seating for 88 people.

Startup roundup: How we’re reinventing accessibility

From adult toys to braille e-books, these innovative businesses have created new products aimed at people with disabilit...

This week in retail appointments

Westfield mall owner Unibail-Rodamco names new CEO; Tommy Hilfiger welcomes new president and chief brand officer; and m...

Why the resale market is thriving

The second-hand fashion market had been a bright spot in the broader Covid retail slump.