General Motors has just announced its new connected Chevrolet cars which come with an unlimited data plan for $20 per month, opening the door to car commerce, which could mean a version of mobile commerce.
As locals increasingly embrace online shopping, Hobart will be the first capital city in the country to pilot five new three-wheel electric delivery vehicles that will allow Australia Post posties to deliver more small parcels than ever before.
Online marketplace Etsy has announced Paul Hoskins as the company’s new country manager for Australia. Having spent his career helping digitise corporate businesses and transform their approach to brand building, he will be responsible for helping drive its continued growth in Australia.
In the spirit of International Women’s Day today, I thought we’d bring you some of the measures that a few of our online retailers are undertaking at their workplaces that is helping to bridge the gap and promotes gender equality.
Retail payments innovator Afterpay, announced its platform is now available at online department store in time for ‘Back to Uni’, allowing shoppers to buy now, receive now and pay later.
International fashion retailer Urban Outfitters has successfully leveraged mobile location data for a 75% conversion gain, by tapping into five messaging tactics in its recent mobile campaign.
John Winning, CEO and founder of Appliances Online says when a company is driven by passion and not profits – it makes all the difference. If retailers want to say ahead of the curve, they need to listen to their customers and forget about what the others are doing.
It seems Harvey Norman chief executive Gerry Harvey failed to learn a lesson from talking to the media about overseas competitors stealing from his plate.
For e-commerce businesses, taking on corporate social responsibility (CSR) can be a major advantage in the market. Typically, CSR is associated with larger companies but this is starting to diminish and smaller online businesses are emerging as winners in more ways than one.
In a press conference this week in Hangzhou, China, Alibaba Group issued a public appeal calling for developments in the law and heavier penalties against individuals involved with counterfeiting.