Australian online technology retailer MWave has launched a new mobile app for iOS.
A report released by eBay Enterprise is indicating that online retailers expect to see an increase in revenue this year, with key drivers being cloud, mobile and global expansion.
Chinese marketplace giant Alibaba has announced that a Chinese government body has issued the company a fine over a number of Alibaba sellers’ ‘deceptive pricing practices’ during the past two Singles’ Day sales.
A flash sales site has taken out top honours for StartUpSmart’s Best Start-Up Award in 2015. Guess who?
bellabox undergoes a leadership restructure in order to support new growth plans, including driving member acquisition and developing brand partnerships.
JD.com, the largest local rival to Chinese marketplace giant Alibaba, has stepped up its offensive with a new e-commerce platform dedicated to attracting cross-border traders to China.
Australian pureplay retailer Kogan.com has partnered with Qantas’ loyalty program to offer its shoppers the chance to earn Qantas Points for their Kogan purchases.
While ‘fake’ reviews written in-house are a common tactic for online retailers to promote a product, major online marketplace Amazon don’t seem to want it in their house.
Online millinery retailer, Alice goes Out, is believed to be the first Australian-owned headwear brand, and only the second in the world, to offer a virtual fitting room allowing customers to try-on any hat online prior to purchase.
Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo has reached an agreement with Chinese e-commerce company JD.com, including the launch of an online store and the use of JD.com’s logistics and warehousing provisions, for an undisclosed amount.