Billed as being “inspired by the Zappos Tours in Las Vegas, but with a whole lot more sizzle”, NORA and Australia Post have teamed up to provide a tour of our local e-commerce success stories.
Not only is The Co-op looking to provide unfettered access to its in-store customers for eight lucky brands, another eight further will be considered for presentation online also.
Well known apparel brand JAG has been sold by Fusion Retail Brands to Apparel Group for an undisclosed sum as the local fashion market continues its dynamic evolution.
eBay has created a shopping app for the impending Samsung smartwatch, Galaxy Gear, allowing consumers to track, bid on and buy products from the device.
When considering owned online properties, businesses need to keep several things in mind when it comes to resource allocation, writes Jasper Vallance.
Specialty Fashion Group attributes online growth, lower lease costs and streamlined operational costs as contributing to $13 million in net profit.
Australian department store, David Jones is continuing to update its service offering with the announcement of new ‘click and collect’ capabilities.
Managing Director of ChannelAdvisor APAC, Mark Gray has spotted an interesting trend in the local market, as the e-commerce firm continues to expand globally.
Swiss-based multichannel e-commerce and product content management company hybris has rapidly increased its foothold in the Australian marketplace in recent times.
With a passion for sharing knowledge and fostering confidence, The Co-op CMO Greg Smith is much more than a retail leader, writes Allan Dick.