This is a truly rare sighting of a TFWBA, that highly endangered species, a Tax Free West Bromwich Albion supporter, spotted on foreign soil in every sense.
Pierre is one of the truly good guys of travel retail. Good in all senses: as a human being, as a professional, as a man of impeccable integrity.
Helen Pawson, The Moodie Davitt Report’s Brand Editor, is a key member of our organisation and a highly talented all-rounder. But until now I had no idea that she had an aptitude for knife-making. She’s obviously even sharper than I thought… Helen showed her hand, as it were, at the London flagship store of Victorinox,
I do believe it’s time for another adventure. The perfect sentiment for The Moodie Blog.
I’ll be taking off en route to the New South Wales gateway to report on the airport’s commercial revolution. And on that plane with me – and their generous purchaser – will be two bottles of Prada women’s fragrance. Viva duty free.
My various Moodie Davitt Report Interim Bureaux of recent weeks have been more interim than usual. In the past three weeks I’ve set up shop in Toronto, Dublin, Moscow and Ballymena in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
“Tubber Patrick: The finest opening hole in links golf?” the Portstewart Golf Club website asks teasingly. Or, if you translate from the native Northern Irish, it means “are you really sure you want to do this?” I’m standing on hole number one at Portstewart, home to this week’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by
We sought out producers from all over the country whose products represent the wealth of the Greek earth and table.” As the pictures show, Greece, despite regular headlines of a different sort, remains a wealthy country indeed.
“You have no idea of what is journey is going to take you through. You have to have trust in the care that you will receive. And in some ways the outcome is incidental to the journey.”
Like most family enterprises, Eu Yan Sang has seen triumph and tribulation, some of it more like the stuff of fiction – and racy fiction at that.
Thank you Mondelēz International for reminding me and Dermot that we’ve traversed a few peaks; roamed a few valleys; heck, fallen into a few troughs; but ultimately savoured some sweet, sweet moments along the way.
Not only does Keith specialise in getting travel retail out of serious jams but now he was getting it into one!
“The eight pillars of joy are perspective, humility, humour & laughter, acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, compassion, and generosity. Pancho had all the pillars.”