On the back of strong results from the newly relaunched Dick Smith business, Kogan.com has beaten prospectus forecasts for revenue and profit.
New Zealand online marketplace Trade Me has posted a net profit decline due to a one-off impairment charge associated with its online dating business.
Australian online retailer Klika has kicked off its international expansion plans by launching into New Zealand.
Australian online creative marketplace Redbubble is continuing its international push, announcing the opening of a European head office in Berlin.
Craft marketplace Etsy has reported a healthy Q2 revenue bump, driven by growth in seller services revenue, as well as growth in active buyers and sellers.
ASOS is trialling free, unlimited returns for all Australian customers through Australia Post and Parcel Point.
Online electronics retailer Newegg has launched an Australian eBay store to help celebrate the second anniversary of the company’s Australian launch.
Ozsale has paid a $10,800 penalty for alleged consumer guarantee misrepresentation according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
It’s been a rough ride for public Australian e-commerce businesses in the past 12 months, and Temple & Webster has had it as tough as any, with shares falling from the IPO price of $1.10 to as low as 15 cents. But, the business is now “back on track”, according to the CEO.
Lucy Glade-Wright, co-founder of Hunting for George, a multiple finalist at the StarTrack ORIAs, shares the story of how one low budget video brought an audience of over 100,000 in 4 weeks.