This week, Craig and Lee talk about Artizia buying a stake in Reigning Champ as well as Montreal's Robert brothers acquiring WANT Les Essentiels.
Industry guru Sylvain Charlebois says that despite recent success, there are many questions for Canadian grocers to answer going forward
The pandemic and a lack of office workers is hitting retail and foodservice hard, but there's hope say some experts.
A new Salesforce report notes consumer expectations may not be met resulting in lost sales to competitors.
Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in Canada See Rapid Growth by Selling on Amazon During the Pandemic: Interviews
The virtual marketplace is proving to be an ideal platform for small and medium-sized business growth.
This year alone the chain is opening 32 locations with plans to eventually dominate the market by opening 300+ more.
French Sporting Goods Behemoth Decathlon Announces Massive Concept Store in Former Sears Space at Calgary’s Southcentre: Interviews
The highly experiential 70,000 square foot store will also include a fulfillment centre and is part of a transformation of Southcentre during the pandemic.
The overhauled shopping centre is adding new tenants in an outdoor component that is architecturally stunning.
It follows Aritzia’s move into menswear in 2019 with a ‘puffer’ jacket.
It was the brand's second Canadian storefront and several retailers are said to be interested in leasing the space.
Interview: Quebec Entrepreneur Acquires Iconic ‘WANT Les Essentiels’ Luxury Brand with Plans for Expansion
Quebec’s Robert brothers have plans for at least one WANT store while seeing synergies for growth with their outerwear brand Quartz Co.
Several new retailers have been added to the beautiful centre over the past several months.
Retail openings and closings for the week as well as happenings and observations in the industry. Be sure to follow these reports as we're announcing things no one else is.
The unique bike, e-bike and scooter repair concept will open many more locations via the team that saw success with Mobile Klinik.
Research shows that there’s a disconnect between the way media covered work issues during the pandemic and the stories workers felt were important for the public to understand.
This week, Craig and David discuss the 75 year fashion legacy of family-owned Murray Goldman, including the 37 year run of iconic Vancouver-based menswear retailer Boys'Co which will shut down at the end of this year. Despite the sad news, it's a positive conversation with a lot of history and gratitude.