Personalised retail app, Brauz, has announced an additional $1 million in funding from investors just four months since its launch in the App Store, with plans to expand further with globally reach.
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Citi bank in Austraila has partnered with global e-commerce giant Amazon. From today, Aussie Citi credit card holders can use their rewards points for eligible purchases on Amazon.com.
Australians are shopping online more than ever and mainly from local retailers, with sales surging more than 11 percent in the past year, according to new research from Australia Post.
eBay has added a new feature to its customer reviews platform, which enables customers providing reviews, to add images to it, bringing product reviews to life on the global online marketplace.
Munro Footwear Group today finalised its biggest acquisition to date of Fusion Retail Brands. The Group’s strength in product development with Fusion’s retail footprint and sourcing capabilities will increase its scale and market penetration.
Microsoft Store has announced the expansion of its retail footprint down under, opening its (virtual) doors to eBay Australia’s 11.3 million monthly visitors, with the launch of the Microsoft Store on eBay.
Alibaba Group has announced this week that it will invest approximately USD1 billion to increase its stake in Southeast Asian e-commerce platform, Lazada Group, from 51% to approximately 83%.
Australia Post has announced that ex Blackmores CEO Christine Holgate will be its new managing director and Group CEO, succeeding Ahmed Fahour who will step down next month following seven-and-a-half years in the role.
The Brits may be about to bare almost all now that Australian online retailer, Budgy Smuggler, has launched its e-commerce platform in the UK and its London pop-up store there last week.
Seventy percent of Australian online shoppers say they would likely switch to an alternative retailer if they had a poor experience with shopping for an item online, according to a new report from JDA Software Group.