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Dedicated Licensed Cartoon Merchandise Retailer Launches in Russia

20 Nov 2017

Suppliers sought for Mult retail chain, the new home for Masha and the Bear and Kikoriki and Fixiki toys and games....Read More

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High-end Russian Fashion Sector Soars While Middle-market Stagnates

13 Nov 2017

Conflicting signals are emanating from the Russian fashion market, with some mid-market consumers slashing their spending, while affluent Chinese tourists and renewed spending by Russia's super-rich a...Read More

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Smart Home Assistants Take Widespread Utility Control at IFA 2017

8 Nov 2017

Technology suddenly got smarter and better connected than ever before at this year's IFA show, the Berlin-based event that is one of the world's most significant shop windows on the consumer-electroni...Read More

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Green Light for Expansion of Russia's Amber Sector Under O2O Model

6 Nov 2017

Facing the twin problems of a low local skill base in the jewellery industry and a prohibition on the online sale of all such items, the online-to-offline (O2O) trading model may yet come to the rescu...Read More

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Overseas Firms Urged to Be Wary of Contravening Russian Sanctions

31 Oct 2017

With the latest round of US-led anti-Russian sanctions now entering its fourth month, overseas businesses have been warned of the dangers of inadvertently falling foul of this stringent legislation an...Read More

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Post-Millennial Russian Consumers Going Overboard for Hoverboards

23 Oct 2017

Personal electronic transportation devices are the must-have accessories for Russian teenagers and their grandparents....Read More

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Cross Border E-commerce Accounts for 55% of All Russian Online Sales

16 Oct 2017

Rouble rally, piracy crackdown and credit-card incentives all playing a role in surge in overseas e-commerce....Read More

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Future-minded Russian Parents Drive Growth of Early-learning Sector

11 Oct 2017

Demand soars for educational toys as disillusionment grows with computer games and over-priced licensed characters....Read More

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A Crafty Look at Vinitaly's Lesser-Known Beer-bearing Expo Stands

26 Sept 2017

Although rightly famed as an unparalleled showcase for the world's leading wines, this year's Vinitaly also gave a nook or two over to craft beers, with this bespoke-brewing sector proving to be one o...Read More

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UK Gift Industry Considers Export Options as Brexit Reality Hits Home

21 Sept 2017

For exhibitors at this year's Home & Gift Buyers' Festival, one of the UK's leading events in the gift and premiums sector, it was business as usual on the homefront, although many were clearly rethin...Read More

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Digital and Textile Hybrids Debut at Wide Format European Print Show

14 Sept 2017

New materials, fresh innovation and even novel ways to rapidly wrap an F1 race car were all on offer at this year's FESPA event, but it was the hybrid systems that united the best of competing technol...Read More

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Bad Year for UK Retailers Sees Several Survival Strategies on Show

7 Sept 2017

Shrinkflation, far-reaching redundancy programmes, cut backs on print costs, withholding order quantities and trips to theatre school, no approach is seen as off-limits as the UK's Brexit-beleaguered ...Read More

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Russian Food Exporters Go Online to Expand Mainland Market Share

31 Aug 2017

For Russian companies keen to get beyond China's Northeast, cross-border e-commerce may be the solution....Read More

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Brexit and Franchise Fatigue Delivers Tough Year for UK Toy Sector

30 Aug 2017

After three years of growth, 2017 has seen the UK toy market suffer a 7% decline, a consequence of Brexit uncertainties and consumer disenchantment with the ever-shortening interludes between merchand...Read More

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Recovering Russia Sees Opportunities in Dacha DIY and Garden Care

21 Aug 2017

With the DIY sector the first to stabilise post-sanctions, Hong Kong companies should engage with the regional chains....Read More

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RFID-Tagging Set to be Compulsory for Russian Footwear from 2018

16 Aug 2017

Mandatory tagging designed to counter widespread illicit import and smuggling in country's shoe sector....Read More

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Integrated Tech and Interaction Breathe New Life Into UK Gift Sector

15 Aug 2017

Despite the bewildering array of new products on show at this year's Pulse event, London's boutique gift expo, several clear trends emerged, including a craving for integrated technology and a love of...Read More

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Poland Set to be Beneficiary of Rising Mainland Production Costs

3 Aug 2017

East European country claims relocated manufacturing windfall as mainland labour costs continue to soar....Read More

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Brexit and State Subsidy Withdrawals Devastate UK Green Home Sector

24 July 2017

Exhibitor and visitor numbers tumbled at this year's Ecobuild event, as both the vagaries of the Brexit decision and declining government commitment to the environmental sector saw uncertainty and a l...Read More

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Halal Baby Food and Brexit Energy Drinks Served up at UK Food Show

19 July 2017

A wider selection of international cuisine than ever before was on offer at this year's IFE event, with spicy baby foods, self-chilling drink cans, oddly branded energy drinks and innovative food-wast...Read More

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