Inflight and tobacco take the spotlight in TRBusiness February e-zine

By Luke Barras-hill |

Cover star Ashish Chopra, CEO at Delhi Duty Free Services, and Stefan Patermann, CEO at Retail inMotion are among the video interviewees this edition.

TRBusiness is pleased to announce the launch of the interactive February e-zine [click below cover to explore the issue].

As reported, readers and viewers can now engage with TRBusiness’s sector-leading blend of video and written content in a dynamic and versatile format following the introduction of new interactive e-zines.

Echoing the company’s strengthened approach to sustainability, the new e-zines are available completely free of charge and emailed every month to more than 16,000 subscribers.

This means stakeholders across the length and breadth of the DF&TR industry will enjoy unfettered access to news, business intelligence, analysis, exclusive interviews, data, commentary, consumer research and much more.


The new TRBusiness e-zines are designed for a highly intuitive and immersive experience; don’t forget to click the ‘plus’ and ‘play’ buttons during your browsing sessions to connect to video, multimedia content and creative adverts.

TRBusiness is continuing to produce 12 monthly issues per year (in addition to its Top 10 International Operators Report), with print versions of the publication [TRBusiness will offset the carbon footprint] available at all major exhibitions and conferences.

Turn the pages this issue to discover a raft of content, such as the annual tobacco report (including nicotine alternatives and shisha) and the inflight market, plus big developments at Seoul Incheon Airport and Bahrain International Airport.

In his first trade media interview since being appointed Delhi Duty Free Services CEO, Ashish Chopra tells Senior Editor Andrew Pentol about the company’s strategic plans, including a new 65,000sq m warehouse.

To explore the February e-zine, click here

For more information on Travel Retail Sustainability Week (19-23 April) and to register, click here.


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