In the footsteps of Microsoft and Apple, search engine giant Google is opening its first physical store in London.
Aussie supermarket chain Woolworths has surreptitiously introduced a new pricing parity policy between its online and physical stores, quietly changing thousands of website price tags to match in-store prices late last week.
Google, the world’s largest internet search provider, may be losing the business of major US retailer Wal-Mart over the use of Wal-Mart product data.
EziBuy taps into a new market with the launch of its new online fashion venture, The Brand Store.
Global footwear and clothing brand Deckers has announced the rollout of Style X Deckers, the company’s first multi-brand e-commerce platform for Asia and the Pacific.
Westfield shopping centre operator Scentre Group announced yesterday that it would be partnering with Optus to rollout a new free Wi-Fi service across 21 Westfield shopping centres.
Consolidation of brands, revamped sales channels and an overhaul of the supply chain are measures Billabong will be taking in the next few years as it builds on its first profit in three years.
A Monash research project into Westfield’s Searchable Mall has produced telling proof of the influence online activity can have on sales, both online and offline.
Multinational jewellery retailer Blue Nile is opening its first bricks-and-mortar store.
Supermarket Woolworths will be rolling out beacons across all 254 of its click-and-collect enabled stores, in the wake of a successful customer trial with the technology.