IBM, Official Innovation and Technology partner of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, sees the continued fusion of fashion, retail and technology to provide customer focused solutions.
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Having recently completed a Masters in Fashion and Textiles (Business) and holding a Bachelor of Visual Arts, Katherine combines her background in design, fashion and business with her interests in e-commerce and the current retail market. A lover of Australian designers and entrepreneurs alike, Katherine takes pride in supporting the Australian market and believes creative skills can solve difficult problems in all areas of business and life.
Selling everything from Life Size Han Solo Carbonite statues to My Little Pony collectables, it’s clear that Popcultcha specialises in the unique.
In a bid to improve efficiency and cut delivery delays, WA-based Kitchenware Direct has invested in a new warehouse in New South Wales.
Looking to capitalise on the shrinking attention span of consumers, eBay Australia has announced plans for a different sales technique. Referred to as ‘snack shopping’, the latest sales tactic targets 18-29 year olds.
The newest campaign from Supercheap Auto features a slate of light-hearted TV spots.
Setting the bar in Australian online retail, The Iconic is flying high on the success of their mobile app and a freshly launched mobile site. With half a million downloads in the past 9 months, the e-tailer’s laser focus on m-commerce has paid off.
Opening the doors to advertisers has seen Facebook experience significant revenue growth. Now research by AdRoll confirms how advertisers benefit from partnership with Facebook mobile marketing.
Combining bricks-and-mortar channels with online retail and home-shopping cable channel QVC, has seen Xcel Brands and Robert D’Loren gain reputation as leading omnichannel marketer.
Amazon’s 3D Printing Store is set to transform online shopping and retail in general. With 3D printing now affordable and convenient for the every day consumer, creating mass customised items has never been easier.
Recently, Beginning Boutique’s Founder and Director, Sarah Timmerman had an opportunity to meet her personal inspiration, Nasty Gal’s Founder and CEO, Sophia Amoruso over lunch in NYC.