Faaez Samadi
Jun 11, 2019

Amazon remains Asia's top online retailer but competition is hot

Large brands maintain their dominance across all our retail subcategories, but fashion continues to be a battleground, with the likes of Penshoppe and Muji making waves.

CATEGORY ANALYSIS RETAIL

Fast fashion can be a fickle business, as Uniqlo found out to its cost in Asia’s Top 1000 Brands 2019. The Japanese high-street brand, which shot up last year’s rankings to 38th place, fell 31 places to 69th in 2019. It’s hard to pinpoint why, as Uniqlo seems to have maintained the marketing strategy that led to its success, adding to it with moves such as growing its...

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