In case you were under the delusion that the need for speed described yesterday only applied to PC browsers, think again.
Retailers are finally working out that the physical presence provides them with a competitive advantage online and are starting to drive click and collect services, writes Ben Franzi.
Localz, a Melbourne based micro location technology startup, has won an incubator investment from British department store chain John Lewis, valued at over AU$180,000.
With the release of a new device, iOS and payment system from Apple, retailers should be aware of how these changes will soon be affecting their ability to service customers.
Kathmandu isn’t fazed by slipping profits, citing high sales figures in its case for expansion into Europe.
US department chain Macy’s plans to roll out iBeacons across all its stores, installing 4,000 units by the end of the year.
Local retailers have a huge opportunity to take advantage of cross border shopping. The first step is to ensure your technology is aligned, writes John Banfield.
IKEA Group has announced the resumption of its global online shopping expansion, heralding the impending ability to shop for furniture via its Australian website.
A new report from KPMG shows there’s more to loyalty marketing programs than direct marketing benefits, but Australian retailers are reticent to take the plunge.
ABC lawyers have contacted Woolworths after it was found to be using the broadcaster’s Adelaide HQ as advertising space.