17 September 2019 Issue 267
Travel retail highlights
A fashion show, a virtual flight and a neon-lit art installation feature in our regular look at the industry’s best new launches, activations and openings.
Analysis: Hong Kong protests
With the political crisis and street protests in Hong Kong showing no sign of easing, what are the repercussions for travel retail? Min Yong Jung provides expert analysis.
Shaping the experience of beauty
We meet L’Oréal Managing Director for Travel Retail Worldwide Vincent Boinay for an extensive interview in which he discusses the group’s democratic vision of offering beauty for all travellers.
Special report: Craft spirits
Demand for artisanal, craft alcohol continues to surge, providing an opportunity for travel retail to attract a new generation of customers. The Moodie Davitt Report’s Head Wines & Spirits Correspondent Liam Coleman talks to brands and retailers about the category.
Airports as Artports
Denver International Airport offers a diverse art and culture programme – and its latest exhibition is downright creepy.
Sense of Place
From traditional dance performances to calligraphy to Instagrammable stories, an ambitious summer festival at Hamad International Airport in Doha shined a light on all that Qatar has to offer travellers.
Swiss luxury brand Bally took Corporate Social Responsibility to new heights this summer with a sponsored clean-up expedition to Mount Everest’s summit.
The Front Line
We highlight a remarkable video from Bangalore International Airport Ltd that tells the story of the previously-unsung Anushree, a Shift Lead at the acclaimed Hatti Kaapi food & beverage business.
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Issue 267 | 17 September 2019
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