Amazon introduced augmented reality app ‘Flow’ in 2011, but is now confident enough in the technology to integrate it with its standard shopping app, putting even more pressure on traditional and bricks-and-mortar retailers.
As part of this fashion retailer’s ongoing expansion strategy, Princess Polly has launched its own, in-house range of product.
Described as a buzzword, the future of retail and click-and-collect all rolled into one, Chris Morley describes the ‘O2O’ phenomenon sweeping China.
Stephen Duncan provides his foresight to help us get the drop on omnichannel trends in 2014.
In a joint effort by Michael Hill, Brightcove and Amblique, the international jeweller has released a Valentine’s Day video with a modern twist – allowing customers to select products straight from the shot.
While Amazon may be searching for faster ways to delivery products to consumers, Google appears keen to find new ways of bringing consumers to the shops.
As more evidence that 2014 is shaping up to be a big year for Australian retail, industry leaders indicate that demand for sales assistants is on the rise.
A hacked network of home appliances, including refrigerators, has been discovered by a US security firm, highlighting just how vulnerable the internet of things is.
Amazon has written and re-written the rules of e-commerce globally since the late 1990s, sending more than a few traditional retailers into an early grave and leaving plenty of others sweating.
Australian entrepreneur and Organiser of PeSA Australia, Phil Leahy has announced he will be running the first PeSA USA in five years this August.