In the retail world every month carries with it a new marketing opportunity. In February that means Valentine’s Day, meaning shoppers will soon be inundated with flowers, chocolates and assertions of love being in fact in the air.
Are you one of those eBay sellers who use to sell a ton on eBay, and when they released the Cassini search engine your sales dropped out of nowhere? Well, you aren’t the only one.
Whether it’s a special promotion gone awry, a licensing crackdown backfiring, or a brand simply biting off more than it can chew, retail stumbles such as these can be invaluably instructive warnings from history.
Leading up to the webinar next month, Mark Gray from ChannelAdvisor writes about the mistaken belief that selling internationally is too difficult for SMEs.
With the NRF Big Show in New York now just a memory, Paul Greenberg of NORA shares his thoughts on how Australian retailers can stand to be prouder of their accomplishments.
Customer psychology. It’s the X factor for almost any business: Can you spur desire by tapping into the wishes, dreams and desires of others?
As we rapidly approach the end of 2014, it’s the time of year where we take a good look into the crystal ball to determine what Australian retailers can expect in the year ahead.
Christmas time is traditionally the biggest sales period of the year. The online sector is showing the strongest sales growth but still lags behind traditional retail.
A new study shows that mobile ‘tap’ devices have overtaken home computers as the bigger driver of revenue growth for retailers.
Naked Wines Managing Director Luke Jecks talks about what it’s like to take on retail giants Coles and Woolworths in a market largely controlled by them.