Business is a game of chess, and the winner is always thinking 10 moves ahead with strategies to counter what’s going to come. If you don’t think this way, you’re just a gambler playing poker, hoping the cards fall your way.
By 2020 global e-commerce is forecast to more than double to $ 5.5 trillion, from $ 2.6 trillion in 2016, as populated countries like India and China prefer to shop online to avoid crowded malls.
Shoppers in Western Australia now have an online grocery alternative, thanks to the launch of The General Store, ensuring it carries a good representation of local grocery brands from the state.
There are many new experiences and navigation enhancements rolling out on eBay in the coming months, with personalisation being a big ticket item as well as improved product pages and search function.
Experiences have emerged as the next step in the progression of our economic value. Australian consumers are spending more on leisure and entertainment, and less on ‘things’. So, how can you adapt to changing consumer behaviour?
Last week Amazon introduced its newest Alexa-powered device, Echo Look, which incudes a built-in camera as a way to photograph, organise and get outfit recommendations.
2017 sees retailer esther.com.au close its bricks and mortar store and focus on its e-commerce platform only, unveiling its online marketplace comprising homewares, fashion and luxe categories, among others.
Amazon experienced a significant reap in earnings per share, and while revenue was in line with expectations, it’s still growing at a pretty large clip, according to the company’s first quarter financials.
Australian fashion pureplay, Princess Polly partnered with Benefit Cosmetics Australia earlier this month to launch an integrated physical and digital campaign to engage their millennial consumers further.
Amazon’s third party sellers have had their accounts severely compromised as hackers take advantage of leaked user names and passwords from previous breaches.