Edward Eng

Business Development Manager

August 13, 2013

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China Tough Nut to Crack

Big companies have no choice but to adjust strategies.

After admitting defeat earlier this year in the United States, Britain’s leading retailer Tesco now looks set to abandon a 10-year bid to build an independent business in the world’s biggest market for food and groceries. Read the rest of this entry »

Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

August 6, 2013

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India Relaxes FDI Rules

For multi-brand retailers, market entry should be more enticing.

Some of the contentious riders pertain to investment in back-end infrastructure, mandatory sourcing from small-scale industries and establishment of retail stores only in cities having population of one million or more. Read the rest of this entry »

Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

July 30, 2013

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QSR Chains Eye India

Despite slowdowns, quick service restaurants look to India.

Slowdown blues do not seem to have affected international quick service restaurant chains (QSR), with a couple of them making a beeline for India. From South Africa’s Debonairs Pizza to UK’s Yo Yo Noodle, the new entrants in the QSR category find the ‘large’ Indian market more appetizing compared with their shrinking markets back home. Read the rest of this entry »

Ethan Li

Project Manager

July 18, 2013

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Are Tablet Shoppers Killing In-Store Shopping?

Adapt to shopping trends and stay ahead of the curve.

With people increasingly accessing the internet via their tablets, shopping behavior is changing as well. According to a survey related to the online retail market in the UK, mobile commerce grew by 254% between 2010 and 2011, and by a further 300% between 2011 and 2012. 69 percent of tablet owners make purchases on their device every month! But does this mean that in-store shopping is dying?

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