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Saturday, November 18, 2017

Shopping

China shopping gala: Singles’ Day will see virtual reality dressing rooms

Closely watched Singles’ Day will see virtual reality dressing rooms, fewer offers

23rd edition of the Dubai Shopping Festival dates for your calendar

The festival will also include concerts by international and regional stars, fireworks shows and a range of free-to-attend family-oriented activities in malls

Make shopping fun with technology

Little experiences could leave big and lasting impressions with your customers

Retail Food Group sets its sights on the Middle East

Retail Food Group is Australia’s largest multi-brand retail food franchisor with a network of more than 2,500 outlets across 12 Brand Systems and 81 territories

Could Noon launch be an ecommerce game changer in the region

The newly launched marketplace stands out with its Arabic-first design and execution largely meeting industry and end-user expectations

Waitrose opens new convenience store in Dubai

New convenience outlet in Dubai will stock a range of fresh fruit and veg and builds on partnership with Fine Fare Food Market

Craze for online shopping leads to low footfall in markets

Though professionals and youngsters prefer online shopping, the craze for the same increases during the festive season owing to mega sales

Walmart goes live with Google voice ordering

The two companies teamed up in August to take on Amazon and its Echo

Japanese government entity JETRO showcases future star innovators at GITEX

Leading Middle East tech entrepreneur Paul Kenny mentors early-stage startups to leverage presence at the premier tech trade show, strengthening trade ties between the UAE and Japan

Noon to trigger web shopping price war in Gulf

Described by Emaar as an Arabic-first e-commerce platform, Noon.com will offer a range of clothing, home goods, and grocery staples