Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

October 23, 2013

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Tmall Shopping Spree

China's e-commerce store to offer US$48.4 million in gift coupons.

Tmall, the B2C unit under China’s largest e-commerce company Alibaba Group, yesterday said it will offer 300 million Yuan (US$48.4 million) worth of cash vouchers and encourage consumers to share gift coupons with friends to allow more participants at its annual shopping spree on November 11. Read the rest of this entry »

Bruce Berkman

CEO

September 3, 2013

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Taiwan Shopping Center Industry Trend

Taiwan – Awake but Still Sleepy Asian Tiger

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Economic Overview

Although Taiwan’s economy has been struggling for the last few years, retailers still see new opportunities in the market every day. According Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs, year-on-year retail sales have averaged a sluggish growth of 2 percent with a slight dip of -2.14 percent in March 2013. Taiwan’s trade-dependent economy and relatively weak domestic consumption has contributed to this mediocre performance.

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Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

July 16, 2013

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How popular will luxury outlet malls in China be?

Many Chinese shoppers seek luxury retail closer to home.

Not every Chinese shopper can buy their Prada in Paris or their Max Mara in Milan.

As China’s middle class swells, foreign and domestic retail groups are opening discount outlet malls in China to help mainlanders get luxury bargains closer to home – preferably while pretending that they are really somewhere else.

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Joshua Roberts

Creative Director

July 9, 2013

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How important is a retail mall strategy in China?

Although the economy has slowed, mall growth has been faster than ever relying on consumers picking up the slack.

The number of new shopping malls in China is expected to nearly double to a record high this year as developers bet on consumers picking up the slack in the world’s second largest economy, says property services firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

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