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.
Positive sales activity and consumer sentiment throughout the holiday period in 2013 provides plenty of optimism for the year ahead. But will 2014 be the year of New Retail?
Dick Smith has announced an early start to its Boxing Day sale, with customers able to avoid the queues and shop via a new mobile app.
Expanding into international markets is complicated enough before you even consider potential language barriers. Christian Arno provides tips for website localisation.
One of Australia’s largest bicycle retailers, CELLbikes has ridden ahead of the peloton, powered by savvy strategy and best-of-breed solutions.
Bluetooth Low Energy or Bluetooth 4.0 beacons are being touted as the hot new multichannel device for retail operations, but will they really change the way people shop?
Vinomofo has announced the launch of its most lucrative sales opportunity yet, with a view to double its revenues in 2014. Further, the team are planning to celebrate in style with a series of pop-up wine events around the country.