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Upscale Tokyo cafe Omotesando Koffee will soon open in Bangkok.
Giorgio Armani Beauty has launched its first boutique for southeast Asia, at Central Lat Phrao.
Thai shopping centre developer Central Pattana says it is revitalising its premium malls to “pioneer future trends of retail and tackle the digital era”.
This year will mark the 10th anniversary of the global app market, driven by Apple and Google.
A JV between JD.com and Central Group, Central JD Commerce will launch online marketplace in August.
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.
Bangkok’s Siam Discovery shopping centre has won the Viva Award from the International Council of Shopping Centers for its “cutting-edge design”.
Spar Asia-Pacific continues to post solid growth, with the Thailand network already up to 30 stores just a year after its launch.
Starbucks Thailand has opened what is claimed to be its second-largest store in the world – in Bangkok’s CentralWorld.
Fashion brand Giordano is scrambling to remove an advertising campaign slammed as “sexist”.
Watsons Thailand says it will have an “O and O” (“online+offline”) focus for its growth this year.
Chanel is about to release its first full-fledged winter-sports clothing line, Coco Neige (Coco snow).