Travel Retail News - Inside Retail Philippines
Chicago-based travel product retailer Travelon has opened its first standalone store in the world – in the Philippines.
Duty Free Philippines Corporation (DFPC) will open a luxury store at the SM Mall of Asia complex in Pasay City next month, plus an outlet at Manila’s airport.
No one can accuse luxury retailers of cutting corners where advertising spend is concerned, but they’re still left wanting writes Christophe Cais.
Uniqlo has introduced a Wherever You Go campaign featuring short films of ordinary people travelling around Japan.
QR-code payments have the potential to replace other forms of mobile payment, new research shows.
Independent petrol company SeaOil has opened a mega-station in partnership with CityMall.
Coach Asia Pacific has opened three travel retail stores, two in airports and one on a cruise ship.
Luxury goods retailer Richemont takes 5 per cent Dufry stake in US$470 million move into duty-free sector.
Furla Philippines has partnered with Landmark Management Services to open a store at Fiestamall, Manila.
UnionPay airport promotion upgraded, covering 100 airports internationally.
The Asian travel retail sector is missing out on opportunities to engage with shoppers and optimise sales.
Italian luxury company Furla Group has had another year of what it describes as “exceptional growth”.