Jo Hall, Toys ‘R’ Us Asia’s chief commercial officer for Greater China and Southeast Asia, says the recession-proof nature of the demand for toys, the right store locations and a fresh offering of fun and educational experiences for the whole family are key to its success. Photo: Handout
Jo Hall, Toys ‘R’ Us Asia’s chief commercial officer for Greater China and Southeast Asia, says the recession-proof nature of the demand for toys, the right store locations and a fresh offering of fun and educational experiences for the whole family are key to its success. Photo: Handout
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In stark contrast with former US parent, Toys ‘R’ Us Asia to open 60 new stores in 2019, seek further expansion

  • Most of planned new stores to open in China, the company’s biggest growth market
  • Toys ‘R’ Us Asia is also seeking opportunities in Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia

Jo Hall, Toys ‘R’ Us Asia’s chief commercial officer for Greater China and Southeast Asia, says the recession-proof nature of the demand for toys, the right store locations and a fresh offering of fun and educational experiences for the whole family are key to its success. Photo: Handout
Jo Hall, Toys ‘R’ Us Asia’s chief commercial officer for Greater China and Southeast Asia, says the recession-proof nature of the demand for toys, the right store locations and a fresh offering of fun and educational experiences for the whole family are key to its success. Photo: Handout