All Case Profiles
Melbourne start-up Sleeping Duck has generated around $1.5 million in revenue during its first year in operation. Keeping its head more than above water is attributed to a simple, yet effective business model.
Irked by the high prices of name brand men’s underwear, Will Strange started his own subscription online store and has drawn investment from two Shark Tank judges.
Selling automotive parts online has proved challenging for MotoParts, but developing a parts-centric approach has helped the company progress. Power Retail chats to MotoParts’ Scott Shillinglaw to find out more.
Costume Collection’s search had a tendency to return very poor results, causing customers to believe they didn’t carry the products they were looking for. CIO Ming Malaykham tells Power Retail how the company rectified the issue.
As a uni student in 2012, Ena Hadziselimovic launched an e-commerce business with her classmate on meagre personal savings. So far, the investment seems to have paid off.
Online furniture and homewares retailer Zanui is in the midst of a m-commerce boon. Power Retail chats to Yosuke Hall about what’s driving the growth and what lies ahead.
Based out of Oakleigh in Melbourne’s southeast, Klika has been a quiet achiever amongst online retailers. Founded as a home and outdoor goods retailer ten years ago, the business is worth $15 million today, with elder statesmen Ian McLellan, Boris Zaitsev and Scott Gladstone still at the helm.
NZ jewellery brand Michael Hill has seen an strong response to a video content solution launched with the online retailer in 2013, with the brand tracking a marked increase in visitors and buyers since integration.
Founder of Repeat Offender, Elisha Casagrande, wanted to create an online fashion store that shows customers how to create multiple looks from just one item.