Travel Retail Archives - Inside Retail Thailand
Aiming to appeal to Chinese middle-class travellers, the L’Oreal Paris Bangkok Downtown2 store has been revamped.
Chinese tourists are travelling more but spending less in stores, says a new report from global consulting firm Oliver Wyman.
Lotte Duty Free has opened an outlet in central Bangkok, its first foray into Thailand.
The three Siam centres in downtown Bangkok have launched their mid-year tourism promotion, which will run until July 31.
Luxury goods retailer Richemont takes 5 per cent Dufry stake in US$470 million move into duty-free sector.
Galeries Lafayette has opened a Shopping and Welcome Center designed specifically for large Asian tour groups.
UnionPay airport promotion upgraded, covering 100 airports internationally.
While Bangkok is still the most-visited destination in Asia Pacific, Singapore continues to lead in Asian tourist spending.
The Asian travel retail sector is missing out on opportunities to engage with shoppers and optimise sales.
Lotte Duty Free plans to open its Bangkok downtown store at the new Show DC complex within the next couple of months.
King Power Group plans to spend THB10 billion for business expansion over the next five years.
Italian luxury company Furla Group has had another year of what it describes as “exceptional growth”.