My native land is anything but a back water. But that doesn’t spare it from sometimes being a swamp of twaddle deep and twaddle dumb.
I’m not so sure I would be tempted by any of those sandwiches, even if I’d been queuing since 1892.
If Friendship and Whisky gang thegither, Go together I’m aye the aqua vitae you imbie wi one another. Maybe a nip, a sip, O Macallan Gold to handsel and handfast a partnership? A deal sealed With just your word, a handshake, a dram? What a firm and lasting promise I am! What a lovely sentiment
Suzie, FAB-ulous Suzie, is now hell bound for Helsinki, where she will join the other FAB four finalists. All she needs now is a passport.
It potentially turns a deeply troubled category into a resurgent one. For once our industry is (positively) disrupting itself, rather than playing the role of passive disruptee.
His presentation was themed, ‘A kiss is still a kiss, how to marry cash and unforgettable moments.’ I’m not sure if I’ve ever heard travel retail’s ultimate challenge better articulated.
June and July will provide an extravaganza of festivities as the airport’s latest generation of anchor store retailers stage their Grand Openings.
I do not read British newspaper The Sun, but I did stop at BA’s Heathrow T5 lounge to admire the title’s unlikely marrying of events Korean and Swedish in one brilliant headline.
With four nationalities and diverse backgrounds and perspectives represented on the judging panel, there’s plenty of heat, lots of spice and even the occasional boilover in the judging kitchen.
‘Being Heinemann’ is about respecting the status quo but also challenging it. It’s about honouring history (five generations and 139 years of it) but also writing new chapters.
I didn’t believe you could get so many cosmetics items into one small wheelie case. But never underestimate the ingenuity of the daigou, nor the sheer power of money.
What a beautiful island Jeju is, full of natural wonder, history (some of it dark and poignant) and culture. It is known as a healing place, somewhere to take stock of life’s pressures and priorities.
I’m just returning from a fascinating trip to Japan, where the travel retail market is evolving due to new business dynamics, changing consumer habits and a continued surge in visitor growth led by China. In advance of our full report in Moodie Davitt Print & Interactive editions for May, here are five takeaways from a