EatNow seeks to bolster its ongoing success story by repositioning its brand, releasing a new logo to celebrate two years in the market and 3,500 restaurant partnerships.
In a bid to improve efficiency and cut delivery delays, WA-based Kitchenware Direct has invested in a new warehouse in New South Wales.
Looking to capitalise on the shrinking attention span of consumers, eBay Australia has announced plans for a different sales technique. Referred to as ‘snack shopping’, the latest sales tactic targets 18-29 year olds.
Australian mass customisation darling, Shoes of Prey is on the prowl for an additional $5 million from local and international investors – if they fit the mould.
Setting the bar in Australian online retail, The Iconic is flying high on the success of their mobile app and a freshly launched mobile site. With half a million downloads in the past 9 months, the e-tailer’s laser focus on m-commerce has paid off.
Now when you’re flicking through a mag and see a handbag you love, or someone on the bus is wearing a jacket you’ve just got to have, all you need to do is take a picture and send it to Ask Zappos. Stylists are on hand to help you find where to buy it.
Recently, Beginning Boutique’s Founder and Director, Sarah Timmerman had an opportunity to meet her personal inspiration, Nasty Gal’s Founder and CEO, Sophia Amoruso over lunch in NYC.
Australian online wine retailer Vinomofo has completed its first ever consumer survey, which asked consumers about their wine purchasing, drinking and cellaring habits.
Gourmet food delivery service Farmison & Co was seeking a way to maximise sales during its peak trade period – Christmas. By leveraging savvy holiday planning and simple marketing techniques, the company had a record 2013 season.
Analysing all social and transactional data it generated in 2013, Eventbrite has released its preliminary reporting on which channels generate the most revenue and sharing.