Prinitha Govender

Prinitha is the Editor of Power Retail. She has an editorial background in digital and newspaper publishing, news and sports presenting and reporting, as well as PR in politics. Prinitha is passionate about fashion, lifestyle, health and wellbeing, loves adventure and enjoys a bit of retail therapy to complement her personal style.

Prinitha’s Articles

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Institchu Opens Micro Showroom in North Sydney

Australian online men’s made-to-measure suit retailer InStitchu today announced the opening of its new concept micro showroom in North Sydney CBD, as Australian consumers are becoming increasingly comfortable with customised fashion.

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Alfa Romeo Goes Online in China with Alibaba’s Tmall

Alibaba’s Tmall has forged an exclusive strategic partnership with luxury auto brand Alfa Romeo this week, to market and sell its cars online in China. Luxury automakers are increasingly taking to the internet to reach China’s affluent and digitally active consumers.

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Catch Group Revives Pumpkin Patch

Collapsed retailer Pumpkin Patch has been given a new lease of life, with Catch Group today announcing it has acquired the company’s brand and intellectual property assets, and will be launching a new online store for the kidswear label in July this year.

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Adam Schwab on Providing Exceptional Customer Service

Adam Schwab is the co-founder and CEO of Lux Group and the owner of online travel business Luxury Escapes. The company has seen sizeable growth in the travel retail sector over the past three years, which Schwab attributes to its outstanding customer service. Watch VIDEO.

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Kathmandu Online Sales Climb in HY2017

Strong online sales growth have enabled New Zealand based outdoor and adventure wear retailer Kathmandu to lift its first half year profit by 6.4% to NZ $10 million, and will help it expand further globally.

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How Adidas Plans to Quadruple its Online Sales

Adidas is planning to quadruple its online sales to $5.6 billion by 2020. The athleticwear company says it will move its focus to fast fashion as the lifestyle category outperforms traditional sportswear, and boost its social efforts as well.