Dufry has announced that it has won the tender for the duty-free and duty-paid concessions at Brazil’s Recife International Airport for eight years.
As the COVID-19 pandemic categorically failed to be ‘all over by Christmas’ and rolled on and on into 2021, one thing became clear; those retailers who had hoped to ‘ride it out’ had some catching up to do….
Retailers faced some almost insurmountable challenges in 2021 – from renewed lockdowns shuttering bricks and mortar locations to the ongoing supply chain crisis and labor shortages, it’s a wonder any survived.
The Ordinary parent company Deciem is entering the Mexican beauty market, with a retail launch into luxury department store El Palacio de Hierro.
Sephora is set to allocate an investment of more than 150 million pesos (US$7.5 million) to open five news stores in Mexico by 2022.
Brazil retail sales continue to rise in May as consumers return post-pandemic; cosmetics reports a fall
Brazilian retail sales, excluding autos and construction, have continued to rise in May following a positive April, as consumers return following pandemic restrictions, according to a report by Reuters. However, the cosmetics and pharmaceutical sector reported a fall.
Lancôme Travel Retail Americas and Dufry have partnered to open the biggest Lancôme flagship in South America.
Walmart has announced the sale of its Argentinian arm to Grupo de Narvaez. The sale will see the US discounter discontinue operations in the South American nation for good after a 25-year run.
Cannabis company Flora Growth Corp’s beauty division Flora Beauty has signed a distribution deal with the largest Latin America retailer, Falabella.
Ulta has become the first US retailer to stock The Ordinary Colours cult foundation range, according to a report published by WWD.