In the spirit of the Chinese new year, the year of the rooster, it’s the ideal time to get our hen house in order, ensuring that we take the time to evaluate what’s working and what’s not in business.
Technology is dramatically changing the retail landscape, but one thing remains the same: Retail is about providing high-quality, engaging experiences for customers. Human customers.
The Indian e-retail market is likely to jump 65% by 2018 to USD$17.52 billion according to a ASSOCHAM Resurgence India study.
Officeworks has boosted its online offering as part of its ‘Everything for Growing Minds’ back to school campaign, to drive consumers to its online store.
Cristina Re is an Australian designer brand offering luxury giftware, including homewares, stationery and lifestyle products to the online and in-store retail market. The label is recognised for its feminine style and elegant packaging that tells a unique story.
Reports have surfaced that Oroton is in talks with boutique personalisation and accessories brand The Daily Edited, to capitalise on the booming personalisation and monogramming craze in the retail sector.
Online furniture and homewares retailer Temple & Webster will merge Milan Direct into its e-Commerce platform as part of its strategy to cut costs and ramp up sales and profitability come 2018.
As an online retailer, how do we rethink our sales and marketing strategy so that 2017 is about building long-term business value and brand engagement? Here’s what I reflect on from some of the most robust conversations and moments in my business this year.
We look at one successful online retailer, and how investing in its online storefront has paid off, which today is just as important as a retailer’s bricks and mortar storefront, and in fact now rivals them.
Tech based door-to-door parcel delivery startup Sendle have announced its new partnership with shipping label business ReadyToShip.