GREAT Food Hall, located inside Pacific Place, has unveiled its brand-new look. After completing a few months long renovation program, GREAT has reimagined its spacious floor area of 36,000 square feet, and has selected over 12,000 surprising delicacies from all over the globe. The new-look GREAT guarantees all customers can enjoy their shopping experience in an enormous and comfy environment dedicated to the pursuit of exceptional gourmet cuisine.
A.S. Watson Group organised the Project LOL Elderly Visit, a highlighting activity of Smile for Good 2019, with the support of 1,200 volunteers from the Group’s business units and 45 business partners to visit more than 2,000 singleton elderly in Hong Kong on 13 October 2019.
Generation Z (Gen Z) were born between 1995 and 2009, they are a cohort that is more populous and influential on consumer spending than any generation before them and they are coming over age and driving retail trends.
CK Hutchison’s unaudited results for the six months ended 30 June 2019 (in PDF)
A.S. Watson Group announced that it has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with Prenetics, a leading genetics and digital health company in Asia and Europe. Watsons Hong Kong is the first market in Asia to launch Circle DNA in its network of over 240 stores, and it will also be available online at www.watsons.com.hk.
Two-way Exchange Available on Mobile Apps Free-of-charge, Extending Redemption Capabilities and Benefits of Both RewardCash and MoneyBack Points
HSBC and A.S. Watson Group (ASW) today announced a first-ever partnership that enables instant bilateral conversions between HSBC Credit Card RewardCash (RC) and ASW’s MoneyBack Points (MB Points). The interoperable rewards conversion programme will allow customers to exchange RC for MB Points, or vice versa, broadening the usability of rewards on both platforms.
Global cosmetics company Shiseido Company, Limited (Shiseido), and A.S. Watson Group (A.S. Watson), the world’s largest international health and beauty retailer, entered a strategic alliance to form a 3-year plan to strengthen their strategic partnership and co-create beauty innovations to better meet the customers’ surging demand for Japanese-beauty products.
A.S. Watson Group (ASW) today announces management change in its health and beauty retail business in the Benelux, with the appointment of Ed van de Weerd as CEO of A.S. Watson Benelux with effect from 1st July 2019, succeeding Gerard van Breen who has taken the decision to retire after 14 years of service.
According to the Waste Statistics for 2017 in “Monitoring of Solid Waste in Hong Kong” published by the Environmental Protection Department*, the average daily quantity of municipal solid waste disposed by Hong Kong people was 10,733 tpd, in which 20% of them (nearly 2,124 tpd) were plastics. A.S. Watson Group (ASW) puts environmental protection in high priority on its social responsibility agenda. It has been driving energy-efficiency, reduction of waste and greenhouse gas emissions to minimise negative impacts on the environment. Since 2014, ASW has taken the proactive step to ban the use of microplastic in its rinse-off own brand cosmetics/personal care scrub products development. The company is also committed to further extend the ban and targets to end the sales of all rinse-off cosmetics products / personal care products containing microplastics by the end of 2019. Its retail brands also proactively implement plastic-reduction measures, striving to strike a balance between product excellence and environmental protection, creating a greener environment.
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.