Brand retail growth remains volatile post pandemic. Be it China, EMEA or the US, retailers and brands work on new best practices to secure international growth. ….. click for more inspiration
It seems like everything changed because of Covid-19, but it may not in India – in fact, it could be “business as usual” by the end of 2021 ….. click for more inspiration
Global Brands in India look back on a history spanning more than 150 years. What success factors can today’s brands learn from the earlier waves of brand expansion to the subcontinent? ….. click for more inspiration
Customise or standardise? That’s perhaps the most important question a brand at the beginning of its international expansion has to answer. Depending on who you ask, you will get very different answers. ….. click for more inspiration
In recent years, omnichannel was the buzzword in the retail world. But the real big deal in the making is ‘omnipresent’ retail. This case study on Reliance Industries in India shows how. ….. click for more inspiration
Is it time for brand expansion to Spain and Portugal? The economic outlook for the Iberian peninsula is currently boosting the confidence of international brands retailers on the lookout for new opportunities. ….. click for more inspiration
Explore how the Indian retail sector has evolved over the decades and discover what’s in store for the now emerging version 4.0 of Indian retail: global investment, retail ecosystems and a competitive consumer landscape. ….. click for more inspiration
What are the challenges and opportunities of brand expansion to Benelux? Learn how to best tap the full potential of the Benelux retail markets. ….. click for more inspiration
Affluent tourists are sought after shoppers and a retail market’s most attractive segment. What does it take to grow your tourist retail sales? ….. click for more inspiration
Global market expansion as a strategic project is constantly evolving. What are the latest trends in terms of country mix, location, and digital disruption? ….. click for more inspiration
Private consumption driven economic growth, a population of 1.3 billion with huge linguistic and social diversity… amongst other challenges and opportunities international brands have to consider before entering India’s fashion retail market! ….. click for more inspiration
Milan’s CityLife Project, dm’s expansion to the Italian retail market and Starbucks’ Reserve Roastery plans indicate a revival of the Italian market. ….. click for more inspiration
In recent years, few market expansion experts would have considered Italy as a viable option. Is Italy on track to becoming a hot market again? ….. click for more inspiration
After Topshop and Topman have permanently closed shop in New Zealand, is New Zealand still a viable option for international brand expansion? ….. click for more inspiration
Find out what Topshop Australia’s recent filing for administration means for a realistic assessment of Australia’s brand distribution potential. ….. click for more inspiration
Reaching a realistic assessment of Mexico’s brand distribution potential. ….. click for more inspiration
Selecting the most appropriate channel mix – using the optimal distribution model for any new market – is like finding your way in a multidimensional maze. It is one of the most complex and risky decisions top management has to make, as each market comes with its own set of conditions and requirements. ….. click for more inspiration
Looking for retail expansion that really works? A smart software may be one tool out of many to find the perfect store location for your brand. ….. click for more inspiration
How to find a realistic assessment of the country’s brand distribution potential for international brands aiming to expand into India. ….. click for more inspiration
Department Stores in Italy went through structural changes, the perspective for brand distribution changed – we take a look on the perspectives. ….. click for more inspiration
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