For up-and-coming brands, a few small, cleverly designed stores in the right locations can have a bigger impact than a giant flagship
Landlords in Hong Kong’s priciest retail strips are facing a wake-up call: the days of leasing stores for $1 million a month are over.
Retailers are opening new locations at their fastest pace in years as shoppers visit stores again in numbers rivaling 2019 levels.
While consolidation continues in China’s department store sector, the pandemic hasn’t dramatically hastened store closures and bankruptcies the way it has in the US. What’s their secret?