Eurostop’s latest office in Asia-Pacific’s shopping mecca supports company growth and provides local sales and support to large retailers Eurostop has opened a new office in Kowloon, Hong Kong to provide sales and support to customers in the locality.  Kowloon, on the mainland in the northern part of Hong Kong, is a major shopping, arts and


Richard Loh, Founder and CEO of Eurostop, has a personal motto: “The higher you reach the closer you get to achieving your goals”. It is a maxim that inspired the software entrepreneur to build a global retail systems company with customers and offices in some of the most challenging and emerging markets. Growing up in


Retailers in fashion and footwear invest in Eurostop’s retail management systems to stay a step ahead of trends and customer demand Eurostop has announced a strong year for business growth with a 20% increase in revenue from the previous twelve months. The company has signed up many new clients from the UK lifestyle sector, including high


Gerard Maghoo leads the Eurostop London Support team where the ethos has always been to put the customer first. He is reinforced by his management team who have amassed 130 years of service at Eurostop and a wide range of retail experience  within both business and customer service roles. This provides an unparalleled knowledge of


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As we begin the new year, we also welcome a new member to the Eurostop UK Sales team. Sam Beckwith has joined us to work alongside Phillip Moylan – Sales Manager and Marcus Ardeman – Sales Executive. Sam is our new Sales Co-ordinator. Having spent the last year travelling around Australia, on his return he


On Wednesday 19th November we ran our first Customer Open Day. The objectives of the day were to provide an overview of the latest product developments and to share our road map going forward. Attendees had the chance to ask questions, interact with the software and network with other users of the Eurostop system. The


According to the Economic Intelligence Unit, China is expected to overtake the U.S. as the world’s largest retail market by 2016. With the retail market in most of the developed world still recovering from the global slump, the Chinese market is viewed as providing greener pastures for retailers looking for expansion. The Chinese government is