Launching today at Myer’s VAMFF runway show, ‘Catwalk to Cart’ will be the first time attendees of a runway show will be able to shop a catwalk live from their seat.
Myer Holdings Limited today announced its financial results for the 26 weeks to 28 January 2017. While total sales declined the department chain saw significant growth in its online sales channel, up by 48 percent.
The Victorian Government is helping Victorian fashion and lifestyle e-commerce brands prepare to tap into China’s booming online consumer market, hosting a workshop yesterday, during VAMFF with some of the world’s leading e-commerce companies.
Woolworths has entered into a partnership with Switzerland-based buying group European Marketing Distribution (EMD) to help sell its private label range to Europe and improve sourcing of European products.
Topshop Australia has finally launched its dedicated online store, offering a range of consumer-centric online only services, including localised editorial-style content, complimentary express delivery and a Personal Shopping booking engine.
As e-commerce continues to steal business from bricks and mortar stores and the retail landscape becomes more and more competitive, some retailers are looking at new ways to generate revenue. Multichannel furniture retailer West Elm is one such retailer, diving into the hotel and hospitality space.
Low fares carriers Virgin Australia and Jetstar have both been hit with fines totalling $745,000 from the Federal Court for not always being upfront when it comes to booking and transaction fees on its website.
Yoox Net-a-Porter will become one of the first companies to use WhatsApp to sell directly to its customers, as it seeks a leg up on competitors like Farfetch and luxury brands’ own e-commerce platforms.
Kate Morris, chief executive and founder of successful online retail business Adore Beauty says that female consumers today are more empowered, informed, self-expressive and smarter than ever before. They don’t want to be told what to buy.
Online retail group MySale have released stronger half year trading results for the first half of the 2017 fiscal year, however despite improved financial and operational performance, the Group posted a loss of $343 K.