IKEA Australia has launched a same day click and collect service which is now available from the Canberra store responding to overwhelming customer demand. The faster new service is a first for IKEA Australia.
Global investment firm Platinum Equity that will acquire our A/NZ Staples business, has announced its latest acquisition down under, with the purchase of local stationery retailer OfficeMax.
The brands doing the best job attracting spending among millennials in the US are Sephora, Nike and Victoria’s Secret, according to a new report, with these retailers’ strong online presence a key contributor to popularity.
Following on the heels of the official launch of TOPSHOP’s new online platform in Australia earlier last month, the fast fashion retailer has launched its own dedicated menswear online store TOPMAN this month.
This week Target US announced its new sustainability packaging which part of the company’s sustainability program launched in 2013, including five new packaging design components.
Global tech payments company Adyen has announced 2016 revenue for the business surpassed US$700 million, up from US$365 million in 2015, bringing in over US$1.4 million in revenue per employee.
Myer today announced an agreement to secure two troubled contemporary Australian brands, Marcs and David Lawrence, which is owned by M Webster Holdings Pty Limited and Webster Asset Pty Limited.
Australian fashion accessories retailer Oroton has seen its group CEO Mark Newman resign abruptly yesterday, following a 52% fall in the company’s first half-year profits, with the founder’s grandson now stepping into the role.
With the Easter break around the corner, many of you may be lucky enough to take time out to relax, weather it be with family or friends, doing your favourite activities or vegging out poolside with a good book. I know I will be (doing all of the above)! Here’s some inspiration for your next read.
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