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Best Buy to grow outlet store strategy
posted on May 16 22

Best Buy‘s off-price outlet banner will grow to 32 locations in the next year, and the retailer will also start offering outlet deals online to cater to bargain-hunting consumers. The retailer rolled out the outlet format about eight years ago to sell discounted appliances and TVs that have been returned, exchanged, repaired or discontinued; in addition to adding stores, Best Buy will also add new merchandise categories and delivery, pickup and tech services at the outlet stores. CNN

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Whole Foods store to open on NYC’s Madison Avenue next month
posted on May 16 22

Whole Foods Market is taking more of Manhattan with a new store at 63 Madison Avenue. The location in the NoMad (short for North of Madison Square Park) neighborhood is slated to open on June 1. Progressive Grocer

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Hyatt adds Inclusive Collection to stable of global brands
posted on May 16 22

Hyatt Hotels has unveiled a worldwide portfolio of nine all-inclusive luxury brands called Inclusive Collection. Hyatt’s 26 global brands now fall under four banners, including Timeless Collection, Boundless Collection and Independent Collection. TravelPulse

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Caption by Hyatt begins rollout in Memphis, Tennessee
posted on May 13 22

Memphis, Tennessee has been chosen for Hyatt Hotels Corp.’s first Caption by Hyatt, an upscale, limited-service brand with emphasis on culinary innovation, social spaces, diversity and sustainability. This summer’s opening of the Caption by Hyatt Beale Street Memphis will be followed by debuts in Shanghai, Osaka, Tokyo and Saigon through 2025. Hotels Magazine online

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Dairy Queen sees growth potential in China, India
posted on May 13 22

China’s rising middle class is making it a key growth market for Dairy Queen and India seems likely to be close behind. Dairy Queen has upwards of 1,100 units in China, with plans to add 600 more locations over the next eight years. Reuters

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