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.
Billabong has decided to take another shot at expanding its network of physical stores, after losing 99 percent of its market value the last time it tried.
Multichannel clothing retailer General Pants Co. has unveiled a name change across its physical and online sales channels until Christmas.
Not content with the usual killing major retailer Macy’s makes over Black Friday, the US’ largest department store chain will be giving away $1 million worth of prizes through competitions during the Black Friday weekend.
Rebecca Minkoff has unveiled the brand’s first flagship location, debuting an immersive shopping experience and connected store developed in partnership with eBay.
Online retailer Zappos has partnered up with logistics startup OrderWithme to launch a new kind of physical location in its home town of Las Vegas.
Apple’s iBeacons have a new challenger on hand, with Samsung unveiling its upcoming Proximity platform.
Woolworths liquor branch Dan Murphy’s has launched a new Connections service, opening up its selling power to dozens of small-scale suppliers to vastly expand its product range.
Reigning Online Retailer of the Year Shoes of Prey is partnering with department store giant Nordstrom to bring its self-designed shoe concept to mainstream USA.
Social media aggregation and publishing platform Stackla announced this morning it has secured a $2 million war chest to expand its operations in the US, Europe and Australia.