In a world that’s so commercially focused, it’s nice to know there are a few online retailers out there who are trying to do more than sell things – they’re trying to make a positive difference in the world in day-to-day operations. Come, let’s meet some of them.
Chatbots are offering retailers a smarter more cost effective and efficient way of engaging with their consumers. Regardless of the size of your business, if you have a customer service department there’s probably a bot out there for you.
As Catch Group continues to cement its position as a key player in Australian e-commerce, the company today announced the expansion of its business with the launch of its new luxury travel site, Bon Voyage.
Nike Inc. has agreed to sell some of its products directly to Amazon, a concession by the sneaker brand to reduce the number of counterfeit Nike products sold on Amazon, and one that shows it can no longer afford to ignore the online retail giant.
David Jones has unveiled its plans to target a growing generation of food-obsessed shoppers, with a $100 million investment into gourmet food as part of its strategy to survive in today’s unsettling retail environment, by fusing leisure and shopping.
ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems can provide retailers with significant benefits, including improving customer service, enhancing data visibility and streamlining fulfilment operations.
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Trade Me is the biggest online marketplace in New Zealand: 2 million Kiwis shop online every month. Trade Me has 1.8 million visitors every month. With quicker delivery to New Zealand than Perth from the Australian Eastern seaboard – this is a market well worth exploring.
While Amazon buying Whole Foods Market doesn’t directly affect Woolworths, it does however highlight a very real threat posed to it when Amazon spreads its wings further in Australia in coming months.