Major retailers are transforming their offline branches to focus more on experiences as well as products in a bid to increase footfall in an increasingly hostile market.
At 7:30 a.m., hours before the door opens for customers, only the sounds of rattling carts and bar code scanning can be heard in the empty aisles of the massive discount store. It was the pickers — employees who shop for online customers ...
Sensing an opening after a recent cluster of coronavirus infections in Seoul, major retail companies are promoting beverages and snacks for people spending more time at home.
Emart’s on-year operating profit declined more than 30 percent in the first quarter on sales that increased on the performance of big-box store Traders and the affordable No Brand specialty stores.
Emergency disaster relief funds can be spent at a hair salon located inside Emart, but not for groceries at the very same retailer. Recipients can use the funds for food deliveries ordered online, but only if they pay directly to the delivery driver.
The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries announced last week it is providing subsidies to corporate retail companies, as well as some smaller stores, to lower seafood prices for consumers as the industry struggles with decreased demand.