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Tobacco Station Group hits 500 franchise stores


Tobacco Station Group is celebrating a major milestone with the opening of its 500th franchised business. The retailer is showing no signs of slowing down, revealing plans to add another 25 to

Build A Bear opens flagship in Gold Coast


The children’s retailer Build A Bear has opened a flagship store in the Gold Coast, bringing the national network to 17 stores., a good representation across the country according to

Motto Motto joins Marrickville Metro development


Motto Motto will open its 10th store at the new-look Marrickville Metro in Sydney’s inner west. The Japanese casual dining chain joins other franchised brands including hospitality firms C9Chocolate and

How Barbeques Galore is transforming its retail offer


Barbeques Galore CEO Angus McDonald spoke to Inside Franchise Business Executive about transitioning a legacy brand into a modern retailer. The retail professional took on the CEO role less than

No environmental plan? Expect young Aussies to boycott your brand


Since the Covid-19 pandemic forced many Australians to slow down during lockdown, a change in attitude has become apparent. Over half of Aussies (57 per cent) are more mindful of

Starbucks Japan harks back to tradition with latest store design


Starbucks Japan has unveiled its new store design inspired by Japanese traditional architecture. Located in Oharai-machi, a flourishing town near the famous 2000 year-old Ise Jingu shrine, the new Starbucks

Retail, fast food award wages rise today


Retail workers across the country will today receive a long-awaited pay rise, as the retail and fast food award wage jumps 1.75 per cent to $21.78 an hour. The increase

Chemist Warehouse opens first European store


Australian pharmacy chain Chemist Warehouse has unveiled its first European store, opening an outlet in Blanchardstown, Ireland. Mario Tascone, the group’s director, said “We are thrilled to open the doors

Melbourne re-opens as first set of lockdown restrictions eased


Melbourne re-opens, a little at least, as Premier Daniel Andrews announced the easing of some restrictions. From midnight last night hairdressers were able to open their doors, and outdoor home

Flight Centre closes 90 more shops


Embattled travel retailer Flight Centre is closing approximately 90 further stores across Australia, prompted by the continued domestic and international travel bans put in place to stem the spread of