VLT, the Malaysian award winning innovation, product and design firm recently developed ‘Shop You’, an Artificial Intelligence powered retail and fashion solution, aimed to bring the technological advances to the fashion and retail industry.
According to research done by fashion-tech entrepreneurs Kelly Slessor and Emma Sharley based in Australia, only 2 out of 10 women actually enjoy shopping, while the rest dislike the time and hassle it takes, and the fuss in returning items.
The Coca-Cola Company recently announced that it is fundamentally reshaping its approach to packaging, with a global goal to help collect and recycle the equivalent of 100% of its packaging by 2030.
This goal is the centerpiece of the Company’s new packaging vision for a World Without Waste, which the Coca-Cola system intends to back with a multi-year investment that includes ongoing work to make packaging 100% recyclable. This begins with the understanding that food and beverage containers are an important part of people’s modern lives but that there is much more to be done to reduce packaging waste globally.
Despite the economic growth momentum as evidenced by GDP growth of 6.2% in the 3rd quarter of 2017 (3Q2017) amidst encouraging signs in oil prices, the improved Malaysian Ringgit and business conditions, Malaysia's property market did not show much improvement in transactional activity from the downtrend that was seen since 2013. But the pace of property market slowdown had decelerated.
This is the finding by Rahim & Co in their annual publication ‘Rahim & Co Research – Property Market Review 2017/2018’ announced yesterday. It is a nationwide coverage of the property market in key sectors including residential, retail, office, hotel and industrial.