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Alibaba Group recently announced Gateway Canada, a one-day event to educate Canadian companies, agribusinesses, entrepreneurs, and the travel and hospitality industry about tapping the rapidly growing demand among Chinese consumers...

source: CSGA

Payless ShoeSource is set to emerge from bankruptcy soon, one of the largest retail chains to do so, and is banking on a strategy focused primarily on bricks-and-mortar sales at a time when e-commerce is casting an ever-growing footprint...

source: Reuters

Amazon.com is close to finalizing deals to expand its office footprint substantially in both Toronto and Vancouver, moves that indicate its growing presence in the Canadian marketplace. Ross Moore, a senior vice-president with Cresa...

source: Financial Post

The world's biggest sportswear companies have a serious problem. German brands Adidas and Puma and their bigger American rival Nike might be the industry's heavyweights, but only about 20 per cent of their clientele is female. Women's athletic wear is therefore a key growth...

source: Handelsblatt Global

Retailer Canadian Tire reported a strong second-quarter profit despite an unseasonable spring in much of the country, but warned that sales at its sporting goods division will probably not hit its targets this year. The company...

source: Globe and Mail

Patagonia has long been acknowledged for creating technically sound outerwear items in such a way that positively impacts our own ecosystem. The outdoor specialists have now carried this over the workwear world — devising a range of items aimed to compliment the strenuous...

source: CSGA


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