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SMX Convention Center, Pasay City 29 October 2015 President Benigno S. Aquino III graced the 17th Asia Pacific Retail Convention and Exhibit (APRCE) held in Pasay City. In his remarks, the President shared that the Philippines had once been among the least performing countries in many aspects. Thus, when he assumed office in 2010as the new “Salesman-in-Chief”, the administration had to effect transformation and conduct an aggressive marketing campaign that “the Philippines was once again open for business under new management”. To ensure the growth of the retail industry, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has been working closely with the Philippine Retailers Association (PRA), andhas been giving recognition to retailers’ excellent business practices with awards such as th...
http://www.pwchk.com/home/eng/rc_outlook_201516.html Michael Cheng, our Asia Pacific and Hong Kong/China Retail and Consumer Leader shares his views on how the R&C industry is faring in 2015 and is expected to grow through 2018
Euromonitor International's research team discusses the retailing industry across Asia, including Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, India and Japan. Which retailers and brands are making the most money in the Asia-Pacific region? Download Euromonitor International and Retail Asia's top 40 list of the highest ranked retailers in the region: http://go.euromonitor.com/free-report-retail-asia-2015-top-500-retailers-asia.html
What does the #FutureofRetail look like? We asked seven speakers from Retail Congress Asia Pacific 2016 to share their thoughts. They include (in order of appearance): -Julie Stevanja, Co-founder and CEO of Stylerunner -Sylvia Yin, Co-founder and COO of Shoppr -Richard Chang, Senior VP of Costco Asia -Rachel Lim, Co-founder of Love, Bonito -Tito Costa, Managing Director of Zalora -Sabrina Tan, Founder and CEO of Skin Inc -Frank Kang, Founder and CEO of Althea Retail in Asia is an official media partner of Retail Congress Asia Pacific 2016. For more coverage from the Congress, visit: http://www.retailinasia.com/in-trends/live-coverage-from-retail-congress-asia-pacific-2016/ FIND US ON: Web: http://www.retailinasia.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/retailinasia Twitter: http://www.tw...
In 2015, Asia Pacific became the global leader in online and mobile commerce. This video outlines which companies and retailing formats thrive in Asian markets and discusses consumer trends driving this growth. Watch for complete insights.
As part of Experiential Learning – Asia Pacific Study (RMG 917), a group of 17 Ted Rogers School of Retail Management students visited China in May 2016 for a two-week learning experience exploring the Chinese retail market. Students visited Beijing, Nanjing, and Shanghai, learning about the Chinese retail market from experts at leading Chinese retailers, multinational companies, government agencies and universities. For more information about the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management, visit http://www.ryerson.ca/retail.
http://blog.euromonitor.com/ Asia-Pacific is a dynamic region for the retailing industry. Establishing an omni-channel presence is key for any retailer looking to enter the Asia-Pacific market, as well as utilizing social media to reach more customers. Most countries in the region are either already enjoying a boom in online shopping or are set to adopt online commerce in the near future.
Richard Chang, Senior Vice President of Costco Asia, talks to Retail in Asia about the brick-and-mortar business and how e-commerce is incremental to their strategy. Retail in Asia is an official media partner of Retail Congress Asia Pacific 2016. For more coverage from the Congress, visit: http://www.retailinasia.com/in-trends... FIND US ON: Web: http://www.retailinasia.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/retailinasia Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/retailinasia Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/retailinasia LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/reta... Get our newsletter: http://www.retailinasia.com/subscribe