The report “How to help drive sustainability in retail—while protecting margin” by Deloitte in partnership with World Retail Congress explores how the fashion industry is using technology to power quick sustainability wins that can translate to long term gains, both in and out of the boardroom.
After four years of renovation, the largest jewelry store in the world, the 10-story, 10220 sq m historic flagship store of Tiffany&Co – renamed “The Landmark” after 186 years – opened on April 28 2023 at 5th Ave in New York City.
Grosvenor has announced that Swiss sportswear brand, On, has launched its first-ever pop-up outside of London, at Liverpool ONE. Until 4 June, ‘The Monster Den’, located in a 371 sq m space on Lower South John Street, will spotlight community, connection, and the joy of running, through both its offering of the latest On gear and via an extensive program of events.
EXPO REAL, the 25th International Trade Fair for Property and Investment, is held October 04-06 in Munich, Germany.
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