Inverness: Moves that proves there’s life in the High Street yet
That something so fundamental has happened so quickly, and without very much fuss is a testament to how effectively we, as shoppers, are being sold to. And in this respect, Inverness is no slouch either with some fantastic online retail entrepreneurs doing some really interesting work…
RMC hires General Manager for landmark North American McArthurGlen Designer Outlet
McArthurGlen Designer Outlets is “a concept that has proven very popular in Europe and I know Vancouver will embrace it as well.”
Iran: Nostalgic for the Future
In Iran, where the simple act of going to a shopping mall is an act of political defiance, there is the best – and admittedly only – Inditex department store in the world…
Interview: Mark Ashman, former CEO, HyperCITY
In the second in a series of interviews with the great and the good of global retail, ThisIsRetail talks to Mark Ashman, most recently CEO of HyperCity, a pan-India hypermarket chain.
Black Friday: Tricks of the Trade
On Black Friday retailers will be aiming for a “frenzied” atmosphere. With a little help from our MD, James Logie, BBC Newsbeat has been finding out how the shops will be trying to force up sales…
Interview: Peter Dickson, CEO, ShakeAway
In the first in a series of interviews with the great and the good of global retail, ThisIsRetail talks to Peter Dickson, CEO of ShakeAway, the world’s largest milkshake bar company.
Baku – The Unexpected City
Azerbaijan’s goal of obtaining developed country status by the mid-2020s looks very much achievable, and this is definitely a market opportunity which retailers and brands ignore at their peril…
eCommerce in India: Opening Pandora’s Box?
If you think India’s Foreign Direst Investment regulations will deter investors, you should think again!
A Postcard from Tehran
A few thoughts and reflections from the 4th Iran Retail Conference.
Tesco is just dipping its toes in the water with India investment
Tesco has become the first global retailer to try to enter India since it allowed foreign investment in multi-brand retail last year. A brave move, you might think, but just how bold a move is it?