Alibaba has signed an MOU with Australia Post and health company Blackmores, in an initiative to combat the rise of counterfeit food being sold across China, utilising blockchain technology.
Adam Schwab is the co-founder and CEO of Lux Group and the owner of online travel business Luxury Escapes. The company has seen sizeable growth in the travel retail sector over the past three years, which Schwab attributes to its outstanding customer service. Watch VIDEO.
Adidas is planning to quadruple its online sales to $5.6 billion by 2020. The athleticwear company says it will move its focus to fast fashion as the lifestyle category outperforms traditional sportswear, and boost its social efforts as well.
Myer, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman and Big W were amongst those identified more at risk if Amazon should enter Australia this year, according to a study from Credit Suisse. The Good Guys however, were shown to have “below average risk.”
New Zealand based retail group Briscoe posted a record full-year profit, increasing its online sales by more than 40 percent, despite the challenging retail landscape.
A strong line-up of international and local e-commerce experts will present at this year’s Retail Global Conference. The event promises to be a live marketplace of e-commerce solutions and networking opportunities.
As the online grocery market heats up, Amazon appears to be nearing completion of its first drive through grocery pickup location in its home-based town of Seattle US.
Martin Newman, founder and executive chairman of e-commerce and multichannel retail consultancy Practicology knows retail better than most, after owning the P&L of direct mail, e-commerce, mobile and call centre channels for a number of brands including Ted Baker, Harrods, Burberry and Intersport. iMedia sat down with Martin to have a chat about mobile commerce.
With operations in both online and in-store, Spend-less Shoes are developing a personalised and holistic customer experience strategy to target consumers who were purchasing from different points of sale.
DHL eCommerce is capitalising on the booming Thailand e-commerce market expected to more than triple in size to $4.95 billion between now and 2020.