Larry Leung

Airport Retail Needs an Overhaul in Canada [Video Interview with Larry Leung]

Craig and Larry discuss retail at airports in Canada, including the need to improve the customer experience and offerings in terminals. Leung says airports are missing out on major opportunities to drive consumer sales to grow revenue.

Airports in Canada Missing the Mark, Need to Bring in More Localized Retailers and Offerings [Expert Interview]

Larry Leung says that the ‘arrival side’ in particular is an opportunity for airports to attract waiting consumers while promoting tourism in the city and offering experiences.

Airports in Canada Must Rethink Retail Configuration and Experience to Capitalize on Visitors [Expert]

Industry expert Larry Leung says that airports have retail placement wrong, including duty free, and as a result are losing out those arriving early for flights even if just with carry-on luggage.

Online Retail in Canada Becomes Oversaturated as Industry Shifts Following Pandemic Acceleration [Interviews]

A rush to open online stores means there's too much competition -- and the integration with physical stores is more important than ever say experts.

Beyoncé’s “Deal of a Lifetime” with adidas as Latest Creative Partner

It is not a new idea to use well known celebrities as a marketing tool to promote brands and products, says industry expert Larry Leung.

Emerging Canadian Retail Trends for 2019: Technology, Partnerships and Experiential Concepts

The retail industry is changing rapidly, and Larry Leung identifies several trends being identified amongst the leading players.

Why More Canadian Mall Landlords Should Utilize Apple Maps for Customer Navigation

Customer experience expert Larry Leung explains the benefits of landlords including their properties in Apple Maps, as the world of tech and brick-and-mortar converge and consumers seek out information prior and during visits.

How Loblaw Can Improve Customer Experience of its New PC Optimum Program

Customer experience expert Larry Leung explains how the new merged program has fallen short in some areas, and how it can be improved.

Why Canadian Airports Should Court Chinese Shoppers [Analysis]

The rapidly growing tourist segment should be seen as a priority for retail and revenue growth.

Why Adding More Luxury Retail to Toronto’s Pearson Airport Makes Sense [Feature]

An expert goes in-depth and discusses the benefits of capitalizing on an already exceptional asset.
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