Going from a loss-making position when the business was purchased by AussieCommerce two years ago, The Home is now generating $18 million a year in sales thanks to the work of CEO Alexandra Mills.
Nielsen data shows Kiwi online shoppers are continuing to spend more online and often from overseas websites, with Australian stores being a top destination for many.
Online-only department store, DealsDirect has won the 2014 Canstar Blue award category for customer service satisfaction for the third year straight.
The start-up grocery delivery business, HelloFresh has announced the receipt of new funding in a round led by New York-based Insight Venture Partners.
West Avenue aims to be the exclusive, time-limited online deals site of homewares in Australia, providing curated deals to The Catch Group’s sizeable customer database.
Entrepreneurial pair Ariane Fricke and Carmel England have big plans for selling adult toys to women online – and it starts by taking sensuality seriously.
With the launch of 11 Main into the US, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba now has an additional route into Australia, which it may well utilise in future.
By making a few changes to its checkout, ClubRetail.com.au is now raising money for SIDS and Red Nose Day.
Due to shifts in currency values, ASOS has admitted Australians are now paying 15 percent more, causing a tectonic shift in the retailer’s growth and marketshare.
According to the US industry rumour mill, e-commerce exemplar Fab.com may be on the point of total collapse. But the truth of the matter is a long way from forthcoming.