Retail Roundup—Abercrombie goes online in Asia, Finish Line debuts new app

Abercrombie & Fitch
Abercrombie & Fitch is expanding its international e-commerce reach.

Abercrombie & Fitch to sell online in Asia

Abercrombie & Fitch will begin selling its products on Zalora, an e-commerce site launched in 2012. Zalora has more than 600 million customers and serves 11 locations in Asia including Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Hollister merchandise will be available starting next week, and Abercrombie later in the month. (MarketWatch)

Finish Line introduces revamped loyalty app

Finish Line has announced the latest version of its free Winner's Circle loyalty app, which focuses on personalization and commerce. The app offers a curated "inspiration feed," tailored product recommendations, access to new product releases, and in-app shopping and checkout. (Business Wire)

Walmart Canada expands click-and-collect

After success in Toronto, Ottawa and Edmonton, Walmart is expanding its click-and-collect grocery service to six locations in Calgary. The $3 service allows consumers to order online up to 21 days in advance, with a minimum order requirement of $50. Grocery is a key growth area for Walmart both in Canada and the U.S. (Canadian Grocer)

Smart & Final names new Cash & Carry president

Smart & Final has named Derek Jones as the new president of its Cash & Carry Smart Foodservice division. Jones most recently served as executive vice president and president of SpartanNash's wholesale and distribution operations. (Supermarket News)

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