Malaysia is a large and often overlooked market in Southeast Asia.
In Southeast Asia, Thailand is, in many ways, an ‘in-between’ country.
According to recent surveys, Internet users in the Philippines spend more time online than those in any other country.
Indonesia is, by some margin, the largest country in Southeast Asia. In fact, with nearly 270 million people it’s the fourth most-populous country in the world.
Vietnam, with a population just shy of 100 million, is one of the largest countries in Asia and one of the most attractive markets for growing global brands.
Econsultancy recently surveyed hundreds of marketers across Southeast Asia to find out how far they are along their omnichannel journey. Here are how marketers in Singapore compare with their regional neighbours.
This week’s stats round up includes news about retail sales, TV ads, programmatic, and lots more to boot.
As an increasing number of staples of the UK’s high streets and shopping centres close branches, lay off employees and outright disappear, many have pondered how brick-and-mortar retailers can revive their fortunes in the age of ecommerce.
The fast fashion industry is big business – and it’s only getting bigger.
According to new research, the industry has grown 21% over the past three years. When compared to the luxury market, which saw mediocre growth in 2016, it’s clear that fast fashion retailers are growing in favour.
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With soaring high street store closures still making the headlines on a regular basis in the UK, the retail and marketing sectors repeatedly grapple with the question: why are high street retailers still struggling to crack multichannel retail?