Woolworths has reported a $1.53 billion full-year profit, with a 3.6% increase in critical comparable food sales, signifying that heavy discounting on groceries is luring customers back to the supermarket giant.
Sports footwear retailer The Athlete’s Foot has launched its rebrand today, supported a new digital presence, rolling out a new store look and feel and rebranding their exclusive fitting technology.
Artificial intelligence is powering nearly every experience customers have to make it smarter, seamless and personalised, and as a result, consumer expectations are at an all-time high.
David Jones is moving ahead with its gourmet food offering plans, with its soon to open maiden Victorian food hall in Melbourne’s Malvern Central Shopping Centre.
Coles’ earnings have dropped for the first time since it was acquired by Wesfarmers nine years ago reporting a decline in sales amidst tight competition.
Australia Post has today announced a new joint venture with a global fintech company to create an integrated commerce platform to make it easier for local retailers to trade and compete online.
Last Tuesday, both high-end fashion retailers, Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren, reported positive revenue growth, largely driven by its decisions to wean shoppers off discounts and promotions, and a pull back on department stores.
Customers increasingly expect to have a variety of convenient options to engage with their brand of choice, according to Supercheap Auto, so matching your omnichannel experience with consumer expectations is critically important.
With the turmoil and pressure the activewear market is seeing, and the strong shoe game that Amazon is presenting, it seems Foot Locker is holding its own quite well, and is actually undervalued, according to analysts.