Watsons Loyalty Programme Goes International
Greater Bay Area Becomes Asia’s First Region to Enjoy “Watsons One Pass©”


key banner 01 300x107 Watsons Loyalty Programme Goes International <br>Greater Bay Area Becomes Asia’s First Region to Enjoy “Watsons One Pass©”

According to a large-scale consumer survey* conducted with 14,000 consumers in 7 Asian regions, the frequency of Asian traveling to other Asian countries every year is 1.7 times on average. Among all, Hong Kong people travel 2.2 times yearly, ranking second across Asia and are preceded only by Singaporean, who travel 2.7 times per year. Hong Kong is not only one of the hottest traveling destinations in Asia but also the most popular tourist hotspot among thousands of customers in the Greater Bay Area, 70% of which choose Hong Kong as their favourite traveling hotspot.

Proactive Plastic-Reduction Measures


PARKnSHOP Hong Kong has taken the proactive step to implement plastic-reduction measures at three stores at local universities, including The University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Fresh produce such as apples and oranges etc will be sold in loose form in the stores, reducing the selling of prepacked imported vegetables, which effectively reduces the usage of plastic packaging. Measures will be firstly implemented in the above stores and PARKnSHOP will then review the implementation of the trial scheme and consider extending the scheme to more stores.

Like a Girl


Procter & Gamble’s long-time project “Like A Girl” is aimed at supporting teenage girls going through puberty. Watsons Ukraine and P&G joined forces by donating 1 Ukrainian Hryvnia for every Always Ultra pack sold. The programme was so popular Watsons decided to extend it to six boarding schools where the girls need even more support due to poor family and life conditions. Watsons Ukraine made a pledge on Facebook to donate as much hygiene products as likes they receive and as a result, over 3000 were donated to the schools.

Shiseido and A.S. Watson Group Co-Create Derma Skincare Range For D Program


Malina Ngai, Group Chief Operating Officer of A.S. Watson Group (right) and Kazushige Akao, Shiseido Group Director, Corporate Officer, Chief Strategy and Insights Officer (left) are excited about the successful launch of co-created derma skincare products

Global cosmetics company Shiseido Group and A.S. Watson Group (ASW), the world’s largest international health and beauty retailer, jointly announce the co-creation of the exclusive range, Urban Damage Care, under derma skincare brand d program (d プログラム). The range has been successfully launched in Thailand and Taiwan and is planning to expand to other Watsons Asian markets in the near future.

Tree Planting Fun


In order to raise the environmental awareness of employees, PARKSHOP China invited staff along with their families to a tree planting event. Participation in an activity that paves the way for future generations is one of the best ways to raise awareness on environmental protection.