In Amazon’s 20-year long business of becoming the world’s largest retailer, the company has focused mainly on consumers. But, in 2015, Jeff Bezos decided to tap into the lucrative online business-to-business (B2B) market.
Amazon appreas to be setting up its first physical presence in Australia, with Melbourne’s southeastern suburb of Dandenong, the speculated location.
Myer CEO Richard Umbers is defiant in the face of its full year profit downgrade, saying it’s responding to the challenging external environment by providing engaging retail experiences and remaining focused on its New Myer strategy.
Harvey Norman is dead set on providing the ultimate shopping experience and choice for its customers in Singapore, where the retailer is ramping up its online offering and physical stores.
Today Foot Locker launched its first ever e-commerce platform in Australia, marking a major milestone for the company stepping into the digital age of today’s tech savvy consumers.
Australians are shopping online more than ever and mainly from local retailers, with sales surging more than 11 percent in the past year, according to new research from Australia Post.
Myer has pulled the pin on Topshop – it has quietly been closing its 17 Topshop concessions around the country as it approaches end of financial year and negotiations continue to save the Australian arm of the UK fashion brand total collapse.
The influx of global retailers into Australia will continue over the coming years, while international brands that have already set up shop here will expand into more cities, according to a new report from CBRE.
China’s embrace of e-commerce is helping the country tackle a byproduct of the its rapid economic evolution: the rise of bad debt.