The Australian department store reports sales growth for the fourth consecutive quarter, but Myer still faces depressed consumer sentiment and looming price wars with rival brands.
More than a decade old, Adore Beauty has been selling skincare and beauty products purely online the entire time. Now, the company has opened a bricks and mortar skincare salon.
Do retailer loyalty programs actually foster customer loyalty? Not according to this market research, but they do encourage spending, and Coles’ offering is perceived as the best around.
Hairhouse Warehouse has plans to expand beyond Australia’s borders, but its current tech isn’t up to scratch. Enter NetSuite – for omnichannel integration.
No matter how much online retail websites attract new customers, the traditional shopfront will always be a retailer’s greatest weapon – but both online and offline must be adequately catered for, writes Josh Rowe.
UK retailer John Lewis continues to ride the e-commerce train of success, announcing online sales have exceeded £1billion on a consecutive 52-week basis.
eBay’s new advertising network, eBay Commerce Network have partnered with the Salmat-owned Lasoo.com.au, delivering greater value to retailers.
American bricks and mortar shoe retailers are crying foul over showrooming customers who walk into store to find their best fit, before purchasing online.
The flash sales fashion site Fab.com has grown at such a rapid pace that its founders are considering a physical outlet – in Hamburg, Germany.
With the PeSA Internet Conference arriving at its 7th anniversary – making it the longest running e-commerce focused event in Australia – Power Retail takes a look at what’s on offer this time around.