The Iconic’s superstructure has been revised, with Rocket Internet and AB Kinnevik welding its holding company, Zalora Group and four other regional business into one international giant: Global Fashion Group.
Amazon appears to have run afoul of local taxation department officials in Bangalore, India, who claim the business should be required to pay Value Added Tax on all products sales.
The systems and processes that are being honed for commercial purposes in e-commerce will soon be used to disrupt more traditional products and services, specifically in healthcare.
As the first offering to combine the benefits of PayPal and Braintree since the payment solution’s acquisition, the v.zero SDK aims to make receiving payments online even easier.
US online retailer eBags has taken a leaf out of the Tinder playbook, encouraging customers to swipe to vote in or vote out favourites.
Publicly listed online department store DealsDirect turns 10 this month, as it prepares for a merger with Grays Online to further consolidate the discount retail market online.
Australian online retailers are taking to TV advertising with increasing frequency. We’ve compiled some of the more prominent versions and also added some international samples. Who’s getting it right? Have your say.
EatNow seeks to bolster its ongoing success story by repositioning its brand, releasing a new logo to celebrate two years in the market and 3,500 restaurant partnerships.
In a bid to improve efficiency and cut delivery delays, WA-based Kitchenware Direct has invested in a new warehouse in New South Wales.
Looking to capitalise on the shrinking attention span of consumers, eBay Australia has announced plans for a different sales technique. Referred to as ‘snack shopping’, the latest sales tactic targets 18-29 year olds.