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Prinitha is the Editor of Power Retail. She has an editorial background in digital and newspaper publishing, news and sports presenting and reporting, as well as PR in politics. Prinitha is passionate about fashion, lifestyle, health and wellbeing, loves adventure and enjoys a bit of retail therapy to complement her personal style.
The brands doing the best job attracting spending among millennials in the US are Sephora, Nike and Victoria’s Secret, according to a new report, with these retailers’ strong online presence a key contributor to popularity.
Over the last 20 years Prada has taken it sweet time in selling its handbags, shoes and accessories online, but 2017 will see the company ramp up its investment in boosting online sales, and reducing physical stores.
According to new research from Mastercard, online marketplace eBay was ranked as Australia’s most popular online shopping destination, with 59% of those surveyed indicating it was their most visited online store.
International fashion retailer Bebe says it will close all its bricks and mortar stores by May 2017 and it’s likely the brand will consider operating as an online-only model moving forward.
Online department store Klika has launched Klika TV, a new offering it says was developed to humanise the brand and enhance its customer shopping experience further, with the aim to increase website traffic, customer acquisition and retention.
Following on the heels of the official launch of TOPSHOP’s new online platform in Australia earlier last month, the fast fashion retailer has launched its own dedicated menswear online store TOPMAN this month.
This week Target US announced its new sustainability packaging which part of the company’s sustainability program launched in 2013, including five new packaging design components.
Tmall Global, Alibaba Group’s cross-border e-commerce platform, is gearing up to meet rising demand for quality imported goods, including those from Australia, among China’s 100 million middle-class spenders.
After a long silence about its Australian plans, Amazon has now confirmed it will be rolling out its online emporium locally over the next few years, which will be the e-commerce giant’s first full-fledged retail offering in the southern hemisphere.