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Monday, December 22, 2014

eXtra opens first new gen Apple stores in KSA

Zara extending fast-fashion sensibility to home goods

Nakheel increasing its retail portfolio

Becoming customer centric with mobility

Catch New York to open in Dubai

Lulu Group to generate 600 jobs for Bahrainis by 2016-end

NRF Survey predicts retail to lose $10.9 billion to return fraud this year

iPhone, Chanel best-sellers at DDF this weekend

eXtra opens first new gen Apple stores in KSA
Zara extending fast-fashion sensibility to home goods
Nakheel increasing its retail portfolio
Becoming customer centric with mobility
Catch New York to open in Dubai
Lulu Group to generate 600 jobs for Bahrainis by 2016-end
NRF Survey predicts retail to lose $10.9 billion to return fraud this year
iPhone, Chanel best-sellers at DDF this weekend
 
Becoming customer centric with mobility

Becoming customer centric with mobility

At MRF’s Retail Business Owners & CEO Conclave, Mark Thomson, retail industry director for the EMEA at Zebra Technologies, focused on how mobility benefits retailers around the world, quoting examples and case studies and presenting a short video of fashion brand Zara

PepsiCo inaugurates new snacks plant in Dammam, KSA

PepsiCo inaugurates new snacks plant in Dammam, KSA

PepsiCo demonstrated its commitment to the Middle East with the inauguration of its newest manufacturing facility, an all-new snacks plant in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Trends are bullish for e-commerce boom in MENA

Trends are bullish for e-commerce boom in MENA

Wassim Kabbara, head of e-commerce and retail, Google MENA, discussed the state of e-commerce in Middle East and North Africa in his presentation at the inaugural Retail Business Owners & CEO Conclave on Day 1 of the Middle East Retail Forum 2014, pointing out that retailers need to think beyond sales if e-commerce is to truly succeed in the region