4 September 2019 Issue 266
Travel retail highlights
A spectacular shopping campaign, a summer sports festival and the last release of a legend feature in our regular look at the industry’s best new launches, activations and openings.
Inflight retail reimagined
Martin Moodie reports on location from Singapore on KrisShop’s bold new omnichannel approach. He speaks exclusively to the company’s three stakeholders and to ecommerce platform developer AOE.
Analysis: Escalating tensions
A growing geopolitical rift between South Korea and Japan has alarming repercussions for numerous business sectors, including travel retail. Min Yong Jung provides expert analysis.
Analysis: Regulatory change
South Korea is set to implement a major regulation change affecting the duty free sale and pick-up of local products to foreign shoppers. What could this mean for duty free store purchases and for the daigou reseller market?
Travel Retail’s Positive Disruptors
What if passengers could accurately find their way around airports in real-time using nothing but their mobile phone? Mapsted offers an app that achieves exactly this.
Airports as Artports
An illuminating new exhibition at Quad City International Airport in Illinois takes advantage of the uniqueness of the airport space to showcase local artwork.
Sense of Place
Some of Hawaii’s most creative beauty start-ups have taken their place alongside international brands in DFS’ latest campaign, giving them a platform to grow.
Rituals has adopted a multi-faceted approach to sustainable innovation through natural collections and refillable products, and is set to take further bold steps.
The Front line
With a smile that lights up any room, Duty Free Caribbean’s Jacqueline Randolph has gone from seasonal worker to store supervisor.
China International Travel Service continued its surge but Dufry, Lagardère Group, Duty Free International and Hudson all fell to 52-week lows.
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Issue 266 | 4 September 2019
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