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Chocolate channels: Inside Lindt’s new in-store and online strategies

Chocolate channels: Inside Lindt’s new in-store and online strategies

After two years of stalled bricks-and-mortar operations due to Covid-19, Swiss chocolatier Lindt launched its first new store in Australia in two years at DFO Homebush last month – bringing its new, global in-...
The perfect brew: Vittoria’s Food & Beverage MD talks expanding DTC
Brand Collective CEO Eric Morris on the bold moves that drive success
The end of Roe v. Wade is already impacting US retailers. Here’s how
What it’s like to be ‘out and proud’ in the retail industry

Management Archives

From poverty to billions. Vale: Leonardo del Vecchio, founder of Luxottica

Del Vecchio rose from a childhood in an orphanage to amass a fortune of tens of billions of euros.

Countdown’s new DC will tackle food waste in the supply chain

The new 11,000sqm DC will feature a refrigerated inbound tunnel, varied temperature-controlled zones, and ‘ripening room...

Eyewear retailer Bailey Nelson has rapid growth sharply in focus at age 10

The low-cost chain recently opened its 100th store, and it has plans to get to 200 in short order through investment in ...

Meta Platforms’ Sheryl Sandberg to leave after 14 years

Meta Platforms COO Sheryl Sandberg is leaving the company after 14 years, sheannounced – on Facebook, of course.

Retail NZ welcomes extra government support to combat crime

Retail NZ chief executive Greg Harford welcomed the move and said retailers across the country are experiencing retail c...

A vote for change: Australian retailers react to federal election results

Retail leaders welcome the new government's focus on climate change, gender equality and the rising cost of living, but ...

The enormous cost of McDonald’s Russian exit

If sold, the stores will be “de-Arched” which means the buyer will not be able to use the McDonald’s name, logo, brandin...

The inside story of L’Occitane’s acquisition of Grown Alchemist

When L’Occitane’s executive director Sean Harrington first approached the co-founders of Grown Alchemist about acquiring...

‘Little veins of gold’: How Tony Nash plans to grow Booktopia

After 18 years at the helm of Australian online bookstore Booktopia, Tony Nash is gearing up for a new role as the compa...

Workwear with a woman’s touch: Meet She Wear

Workwear has traditionally been viewed as functional at best and boring and uncomfortable at worst. But thanks to some c...

Cost-of-living pressures mount as Countdown owner backs wage increase

As Australia’s supermarkets continue to hold the line on food prices, Woolies’ CEO Brad Banducci noted that a “balanced”...

Life at the top: How to balance work and life as a retail leader

At last week’s Retail Fest conference, three business leaders shared their tips for keeping work and life balanced.

David Jones’ owner said it’s not selling. Could it be looking to buy?

Woolworths Holdings has squashed rumours that it's looking to sell David Jones and exit Australian retail. But there's a...

New store, new website, new vision: Here’s what’s next for Koskela

The co-founder and CEO of the iconic design brand discusses its move to a new store and headquarters, online growth duri...

‘The growth hasn’t slowed down’: Industry leaders talk future of retail

Delegates from Afterpay, Adore Beauty, eBay and Vicinity Centres spoke at Retail Fest yesterday about what the next few ...