Nathan Huppatz’s costumes retailer continues its inexorable trajectory, gathering pace and scale with savvy marketing and e-commerce best practices.
To add to Ozsale’s string of recent successes, Topshop owner Sir Philip Green has agreed to purchase 25 percent of the company, which is undergoing a large international expansion campaign.
The online retail world has changed a lot in the past twenty-two years, as entrepreneur and investor Gerrard Giummarra is all too aware. We talk to Giummarra about his experiences and the founding of IBSA, his online retail specialist business.
Despite some concerns regarding the UK-based fashion retailer’s performance in Australia recently, ASOS continues to grow here and globally, preparing to enhance its offering once again for the local consumer.
Shoply continues to transition from an online advertising company into consumer-direct e-commerce, announcing a 151 percent quarter-on-quarter increase in this area.
Online marketplace Etsy has announced the appointment of Helen Souness to the role of Managing Director to its ANZ business.
Alibaba leaders have decided to release a number of new shares as part of its initial public offering, which could help it achieve the largest fundraising effort of its kind ever seen in the US.
Having grown Wayfair Australia’s business since launching in the region, Mike Henriques has been promoted internally to continue driving expansion.
As a recent customer satisfaction effort, Mark Capps, CEO and Co-founder of Sneaking Duck, set about uncovering how physical interaction with products changes customers’ perceptions. What he discovered is real food for thought for all pureplay retailers.
The Catch Group’s Mumgo appears set to embark on a fresh journey of category expansion with a new General Manager, Guy Polak at the helm.