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HUDSONS BAY
Marketing Manager - Mayfair
Permanent · Victoria
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Store Merchandising Associate
Permanent · Greenwich
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Senior Manager IT Procurement
Permanent · Toronto
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Sales Manager - Calgary
Permanent · Calgary
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Senior Warehouse Supervisor
Permanent · Toronto
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Asset Protection / Loss Prevention Investigator
Permanent · Calgary
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Asset Protection / Loss Prevention Investigator
Permanent · Vancouver
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Analyst, Advertising Business Office
Permanent · New York
HUDSONS BAY COMPANY (HBC)
Coordinator, International Vendor Compliance
Permanent · Wilkes-Barre
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Assistant General Manager - Operations
Permanent · Greenwich
HUDSONS BAY
Director, Design
Permanent · Toronto
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Store Merchandising Associate
Permanent · Chicago
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Human Resources/Talent Acquisition Coordinator
Permanent · Boston
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Human Resources/Talent Acquisition Coordinator
Permanent · Boston
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Vans District Manager, Dallas
Permanent · Costa Mesa
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Manager, Sustainable Products Data
Permanent · Denver
MICHAEL KORS RETAIL INC
Sales Supervisor, Sawgrass
Permanent · Sunrise
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Sales Supervisor Part-Time
Permanent · Mount Pleasant
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Sales Supervisor Part-Time
Permanent · Savannah
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Sales Supervisor Full-Time
Permanent · Ann Arbor
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Inventory Control Accountant
Permanent · Columbus
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Sales Supervisor Part-Time
Permanent · Eugene

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Amazon boss Bezos to face protests from traders during India trip

Amazon boss Bezos to face protests from traders during India trip

Thousands of small-scale traders in India are planning to organise protests against Amazon.com Inc founder Jeff Bezos, who will visit the country next week.
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Fortnum & Mason sales and profits rise, opens Hong Kong store

Fortnum & Mason sales and profits rise, opens Hong Kong store

Luxe British retailer Fortnum & Mason saw its profits rising 26% in the year to mid-July as the luxury market prospered despite “the most challenging domestic retail backdrop in years”.
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Accessories
Kipling to launch hard-but-light luggage next year, follows rental debut

Kipling to launch hard-but-light luggage next year, follows rental debut

Kipling is continuing its brand reinvention and its latest step will be a move into hard-case luggage next year. The brand best known for its crinkle nylon material will launch a hard-shell range in February.
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Accessories
West End's £2.9bn investment to 'radically transform' Oxford Street

West End's £2.9bn investment to 'radically transform' Oxford Street

The next three years will see London's West End enjoying an almost £3 billion investment spend that will transform Oxford Street into an experiential location and boost visitors by 40%.
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Ready-to-wear
UK retail sales growth to international shoppers hits six-month low - Planet

UK retail sales growth to international shoppers hits six-month low - Planet

International shopper spending growth is slowing in the UK and that's bad news for luxury fashion labels, although on the plus side, those shoppers who do visit Britain seem to be spending more per transaction.
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Ready-to-wear
French travel goods brand Lipault appoints new general manager

French travel goods brand Lipault appoints new general manager

The French luggage and leather goods brand, bought by Samsonite in 2014, recently appointed Sébastien Valette as global general manager, succeeding Jonathan Dory.
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Tourism
Harrods, other luxury brands, launch US trade mission as tariffs bite, Brexit looms

Harrods, other luxury brands, launch US trade mission as tariffs bite, Brexit looms

A number of UK luxury brands have started a four-day trade mission to the US. It comes as the trade war between Donald Trump and the EU hits home with new tariffs being imposed this month.
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Luxury
WH Smith to buy US-based Marshall Retail for $400m

WH Smith to buy US-based Marshall Retail for $400m

UK high street and travel retail newsagent WH Smith has delivered a surprise with news that it’s buying US travel retail specialist Marshall Retail for $400m/£312m, radically expanding its travel retail chain.
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Ready-to-wear
Hong Kong Aug retail sales worst on record as protests escalate

Hong Kong Aug retail sales worst on record as protests escalate

Hong Kong's August retail sales were the worst on record, the government said on Wednesday, as escalating anti-government protests scared off tourists and battered spending.
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Tourism
Lacoste names Marco Dippe new CEO of EMEA & Global Travel Retail

Lacoste names Marco Dippe new CEO of EMEA & Global Travel Retail

Marco Dippe has been promoted to the role of CEO of EMEA & Global Travel Retail, while Marcus Meyer will take over as CEO of Central & Northern Europe.
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Ready-to-wear
Prada takes up residency in Selfridges Corner Shop, focus on 'world travellers'

Prada takes up residency in Selfridges Corner Shop, focus on 'world travellers'

Selfridges has launched a globally exclusive partnership with Prada, which the retailer said presents “a new perspective on” the AW19 Anatomy of Romance collection. 
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Ready-to-wear
Chilean retailers suffer as Argentine tourist numbers fall

Chilean retailers suffer as Argentine tourist numbers fall

The sight of Argentine tourists filling entire suitcases with goods in Chilean shopping malls is no longer as common as it once was. 
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Miscellaneous
Tourists "propped up" UK and Europe luxury retail spend in July - report

Tourists "propped up" UK and Europe luxury retail spend in July - report

Shoppers may not be in the mood for lavish spending at the moment, but the retail sector is being “propped up” by spending on the part of international tourists. And luxury fashion is a key beneficiary of this.
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Luxury
Macy's shares sink as discounts to clear inventory hurt, tourism drops

Macy's shares sink as discounts to clear inventory hurt, tourism drops

Macy’s cut its full-year earnings forecast on Wednesday after missing estimates for quarterly profit for the first time in at least two years, as it discounted merchandise heavily to clear spring inventory.
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Tourism
Gulf tourist spend to surge in UK, will boost Brit brands like Burberry

Gulf tourist spend to surge in UK, will boost Brit brands like Burberry

Middle Eastern tourists are expected to boost UK luxury retail this summer with a particular interest in British brands. That’s according to Global Blue, which predicted a 16% rise in transactions by Gulf visitors.
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Ready-to-wear
Camden market could be up for sale for £1.3bn

Camden market could be up for sale for £1.3bn

​The landlord of tourist shopping spot Camden Market is reportedly looking to sell with the North London market complex believed to have a £1.3 billion price tag attached.
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