When Gap began an online campaign before it launched its Old Navy label in China, the iconic US clothing retailer asked its potential Chinese customers: have you heard of Old Navy?
Only a few had.Monday, 3 March, 2014, 3:22pm
Luxury retail is not the most obvious target sector for mainland shopping centre developers in the wake of the Communist Party's crackdown on conspicuous consumption and corruption.28 Feb 2014 - 12:25am
Li Ning, a leading sportswear retailer on the mainland, saw its shares fall more than 4 per cent yesterday after reporting bigger-than-expected losses for last year amid weak market conditions and a costly transformation plan.27 Mar 2013 - 5:04am
In “MGM builds presence in Cotai strip”, published on February 28, MGM China was misidentified as a joint venture between two parties. It is, in fact, a subsidiary of MGM Resorts International and partly owned by Pansy Ho Chiu-king.6 Mar 2013 - 5:05am
Retailers have told the government to build more shops rather than restrain the number of mainland visitors, who are continuing to fuel growth in the city's retail sector.5 Mar 2013 - 5:26am
The cash registers have been ringing loud and fast at Hong Kong shopping centres, with average sales rising 20 per cent at the start of the Year of the Snake, thanks to an influx of mainland tourists.16 Feb 2013 - 4:13am
When Kathleen Jordan stopped at a Victoria's Secret a year ago to buy something for herself, the visit had an unintended consequence: her 13-year-old daughter got hooked on Pink, the lingerie brand's young collegiate line.
"Now she has more bras than I do, in every colour under the sun," said Jordan, a principal at design and architecture firm Gensler in New York.15 Feb 2013 - 5:20am
The mainland's services industries rose last month at the fastest pace since August as gains in retailing and construction aided a recovery in the economy.4 Feb 2013 - 4:21am
Li Ning Company tumbled yesterday after the sportswear retailer - struggling with weak sales and high inventory - announced it would raise HK$1.87 billion by issuing convertible securities to revive the brand.
The stock fell 16.2 per cent before closing down 15 per cent at HK$5.30 as investors found the company's makeover plan far more costly than they had anticipated.26 Jan 2013 - 4:51am
Gome Electrical Appliances' decision to close its Hong Kong operations signals a temporary halt to its overseas expansion plans, which have been losing momentum since its founder Wong Kwong-yu was jailed four years ago.22 Jan 2013 - 4:12am