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Omotesando Koffee to open in Bangkok

Upscale Tokyo cafe Omotesando Koffee will soon open in Bangkok.

Giorgio Armani Beauty

Giorgio Armani Beauty launches in Thailand

Giorgio Armani Beauty has launched its first boutique for southeast Asia, at Central Lat Phrao.

Hudson’s-Bay

Hudson’s Bay prunes Lord & Taylor network

Canadian department store operator Hudson’s Bay is downsizing its US Lord & Taylor network.

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Line Thailand launching theme park in Siam Square One

Line Thailand will open its first digital indoor theme park in Bangkok’s Siam Square One on Friday.

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Fauchon Hotels set to disrupt luxury accommodation sector

Luxury French food purveyor Fauchon will launch a global chain of Fauchon Hotels in Paris on September 1.

Central World

Thailand’s Central Pattana invests US$3.1 billion in shopping centres

Thai shopping centre developer Central Pattana says it is revitalising its premium malls to “pioneer future trends of retail and tackle the digital era”.

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What’s next for the global app market, as spending surges?

This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the global app market, driven by Apple and Google.

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Juniper Research predicts jump in digital commerce spend

Consumer spend on digital commerce will reach US$14.7 trillion by 2022, up by 60 per cent on last year, according to Juniper Research.

Kate-Spade

Iconic designer Kate Spade found dead

Renowned fashion designer Kate Spade has died, aged 55.

JD.com online

Central JD to launch online marketplace

A JV between JD.com and Central Group, Central JD Commerce will launch online marketplace in August.

Thailand post

Thailand Post to launch e-commerce service

Thailand Post is to add e-commerce to its logistics services, offering locally made products from across the country.

Mumuso Thailand

Mumuso Thailand turning to franchising

Mumuso Thailand plans to open up to 20 franchised stores by the end of next year, and up to 150 in the next five years.

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