This week’s IWSR magazine is raising the question on whether travel retail is providing value to suppliers and what the future might hold.
Back in 2013, I had the idea to trial influencing the shopper via a PoP Up store at Edinburgh Airport and by sheer coincidence, there was a BBC documentary being filmed at the same time called
If interested in understanding human behaviour and how to influence it for retail for example, then suggest reading this article from The Economist’s 1843 magazine entitled The Scientists who make apps addictive.
I have a keen interest on all topics relating to the online retailer Amazon and the post from Alvaro Morilla at Kantar Retail caught my eye recently. It reports on their new service for restaurant
The latest issue of Monocle magazine is now out and I have included here some of the highlights from the October 2016 issue, which include the Retail Survey Top 20.
The supply and demand model of the jobs market needs enablers such as headhunters, recruiters and especially websites such as the Free Travel Retail (TR) Jobs Board, created by the team from One Red Kite.
Ahead of yet another week spent in Cannes, as part of the annual TFWA World Exhibition & Conference duty free show, I have decided to look back on some material available about the industry.
Just ahead of the annual TFWA World Exhibition & Conference for the Global Travel Retail (GTR)/ Duty Free channel taking place in Cannes in October this year, we have managed to grab some time from the TFWA President himself,
The Trinity Forum, the world’s leading airport commercial revenues conference, is coming up soon in India from 12th to 14th September. I have read this weekend an article within the MoodieDavitt Report linked to this event
I recently contributed to a blog by The Whisky Lady on “How is whisky doing as a Travel Retail libation?”. Here is the link for the full whisky blog which also feature Joe Bates from