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Ritchie Po

Ritchie Po is a privacy and cybersecurity lawyer based in Vancouver, with considerable experience in data breach handling and technology procurement. He runs his own practice focusing on data privacy law and is a legislative consultant. He is also the original copy editor for Retail Insider.

Luxury Resell Boutique Mine & Yours Opens Impressive Storefront in Vancouver’s Yaletown Area [Photos]

The popular retailer has been in business for almost a decade and is now looking at expanding into other markets in Canada.

How Canadian Brands Doing Business with the EU Must Comply with New Model Contracts

Any brand that collects their EU customers’ personal information needs to ensure that their service agreements meet new compliance rules says Ritchie Po.

Free Zoom Webinar on January 21 on Bill C-11 and its Implications for Businesses in Canada

The webinar will discuss privacy law which has implications for Canadian retailers.

Retail Privacy Challenges in Canada Amid COVID-19

At an unprecedented time, retailers need to be vigilant with personal information, according to lawyer Ritchie Po.

Personal Information Collected by Retailers Must not Perpetuate Discrimination: Expert

Canadian lawyer Ritchie Po explains how privacy laws must be respected when retailers target consumers.

Cuisinart Debuts Boutique on Award-Winning Hudson’s Bay Home Floor

The brand is the latest to open a shop-in-store in one of the world's top housewares destinations.

Lush Cosmetics Unveils Expanded Vancouver Flagship [Photos]

The Robson Street flagship is one of 30 North American locations that Lush has earmarked for renovations over the coming year.

Poppy Barley Unveils 1st Permanent Standalone Flagship [Photos]

The popular Alberta-based bespoke footwear company opened its first location last week, and more could follow.

Why Flow and Space are Critical for Retail Spaces to be Successful 

An expert discusses why a balanced layout is critical to drawing in customers into a retail space to attain commercial success, and why some are failing.

SoulCycle Continues Canadian Expansion [Profile/Tour]

Two more locations have opened over the summer, with more to be announced as the concept gains a following.

Amazon Prime Day 2017 Breaks Records in Canada

Numbers were up substantially over 2016, breaking a number of records.

Lipault Paris Opens 1st Freestanding North American Boutique

The colourful Samsonite-owned brand has launched its first retail store on the continent, in Canada. More are expected to follow.

CF Toronto Eaton Centre Partners with Elaine “Lainey” Lui on Style Campaign, “Reflections of Toronto Style”

The prominent local celebrity has been named an 'official Toronto Style Ambassador' and being one of the top-performing downtown malls in North America, the campaign embraces diversity.

How Italian Plasters are Increasingly Used in Canadian Retail Spaces [Feature/Photos]

Leading retailers, ranging from luxury brands to fast-fashion, are using the versatile material like never before in a variety of store interiors.

Cybersecurity, Privacy and the ‘Connected Store’ in Canada

Privacy lawyer Ritchie Po discusses how new technology requires Canadian retailers to rethink security. According to Microsoft's Dave Rodgerson, retailers lacking safety precautions are opening the door to criminal attacks.

Champagne Supernovas: Kate Moss, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, and the ’90s Renegades Who Remade Fashion

Review of a dynamic new book by New York Post and Vanity Fair writer Maureen Callahan.

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