Toronto-based package-free ‘bare market’, which has hosted about 65 pop-up markets over the past year, is opening a permanent storefront as consumers embrace the trend. The founder explains why.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says many retailers are struggling as market dynamics shift.
The Ottawa-based retailer says that it has room for about 300 stores in Canada, which will be supported by a massive distribution centre.
South Korea’s leading beauty brand is launching its Canadian expansion this summer, and is yet another international brand making its move into Canada by opening standalone stores.
Founded by Mel Lastman, former may or Toronto, the furniture chain with a unique history is growing despite challenges in the Canadian retail industry.
The B.C.-based clothing company specializes in trendy, gender-neutral clothes for kids and their parents, which is looking to expand into retailers across the country.
A survey by Lightspeed found that while e-commerce continues to grow, Canadians still frequent brick-and-mortar retailers for several reasons.