Seven West Media has taken major steps towards diversifying its core business operations in an increasingly competitive and fragmented media environment – its e-commerce that’s caught its eye.
America’s post-thanksgiving Black Friday holiday sales seems to have lucratively voyaged into Australia with local retailers reporting Friday as one of their biggest online shopping days.
What are some of our retailers and thought leaders thinking when it comes to Amazon’s impact in Australia?
Australian-owned online shopping event, Click Frenzy, was exactly that as over 2.5 million shoppers turned the heat up on Australia’s internet capacity last week.
Australia’s two retail industry groups, NORA and NRA, have joined forces to form a national-first partnership in response to the rapidly changing business environment.
With even more Australians are turning to cross-border online shopping – this is now influencing their shipping expectations from domestic retailers. With online shopping to spike this holiday season, retailers need to double-down on the elements of the consumer experience that matter most.
Adidas says its app enables seamless shopping experience, personalised services and inspiration on both sport and style to consumers.
While the news of Amazon’s imminent launch is causing mixed reactions in the retail sector, the underlying message is the same now as it has been for the last year: ensure your business is ready by preparing where you can.
Click Frenzy’s 24-hour online netbuster shopping event starts tonight, 7pm. Discover some of the key highlights that consumers can expect, including 99.9% off offers.
Booktopia has been listed as one of Australia’s fastest growing companies in FY17 and ranked seventh for revenue and first for retail revenue in the AFR Fast 100 list.