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The Great Resignation: How are marketers managing?
From the C-Suite newsletter: Brand leaders from Kruger, BMO, Harry Rosen and GE explain how to retain and motivate talent.
Harry Rosen tries on a new look for the discount shopper
From the C-Suite newsletter: FinalCut is a platform for an under-served customer: men seeking bargains on luxury fashion.
2021 Brand of the Year: High-touch meets high-tech at Harry Rosen
How the iconic menswear retailer reset its brand for a new generation of customers.
View from the C-Suite: Harry Rosen adds intimacy to the online experience
EVP Ian Rosen explains where the retailer is investing to get closer to its customers.
Harry Rosen and Masai Ujiri team up
The brand responds to calls for retailers to diversify their shelves with a capsule collection alongside the Toronto Raptors president.
A celebration of corporate kindness
How companies like Labatt, Vans, Knix and Endy are easing feelings of isolation through solidarity.
Harry Rosen updates its look
The retailer evolves alongside menswear trends with its first TV ads and a campaign supporting a made-to-measure brand.
Putting shoppers in the lap of luxury
High-end retailers are upping their experience game to win loyalty among a discerning customer base.
How Harry Rosen is celebrating Chinese New Year
The retailer ups its digital efforts for the holiday by jumping on Weibo and WeChat.
Weekend reading: Birks regains its lustre
The century-old retailer is trying to take its brand to the world stage with a younger, fresher identity.
Age is but a number
Macallan is retraining its drinkers to shop for scotch on taste, not age with a massive taste test and partnership with Harry Rosen.
How Sears and Harry Rosen are celebrating Chinese New Year
The retailers are tapping into the tradition of purchasing a new wardrobe for a new year with curated outfits and a presence in Asian-focused publications.
Guys are redefining what it means to be a man, meaning brands in traditionally female-dominated spaces, like fashion, beauty and cooking, will need to play catch-up.
Vino’s strange bedfellows
Wine brands are going beyond the traditional food pairings, associating themselves with everything from chips to neck ties.
Stops, Starts and Changes: Harry Rosen and Le Clos Jordanne pair up for Father’s Day
In this edition of our round-up, unexpected stops from the City of Toronto and Giant Tiger, anticipated starts from Loft and Target, and some changes from Sobeys and Canadian Tire.