With bricks-&-mortar stores losing ground to their online counterparts, physical stores must embrace technology to stay relevant and create a personalised customer experience.
With Click Frenzy about to kick off, let’s pause and consider what these peak shopping periods may mean for the unprepared retailer. First Data offers some tips to get your site peak-period ready.
The CommBank Retail Insights report suggests that while retailers are aware of the directions that retail is heading, few are sufficiently prepared. Power Retail examines the report for the key findings.
As companies increasingly look to outsource areas of their business, developing meaningful client-vendor relationships has proven to give vendors an edge over the competition. SaleCycle shares four tips for creating great client-vendor relationships.
The force is strong with SLI Systems, which analysed 10 million site searches to determine the most popular Halloween costumes for 2015. No surprise what came out on top.
The next Google Penguin update has recently become a guessing game. With problems constantly superseding the launch of the next algorithm update, a longer than anticipated wait for eager users is on the cards. But with a longer wait, comes an even better proposal.
With growing knowledge, power and expectations, Australian consumers continue to dictate the terms of retail engagement.
The last two years have seen Australia’s online shoppers double down on luxury items, with the average luxury basket value online jumping from $190 in 2013 to $420 today.
Whether you pay attention to it or not, your brand is probably being talked about in one way or another on social media. Occasionally, it’s not pleasant.
The recent leadership spill in Canberra has already had a major effect on consumer confidence in Australia, but data from the Australian Retail Index suggests the positive outlook is yet to affect retailers’ bottom lines.