A fresh report from Salesforce reveals retailers today have a wealth of data, and customers expect them to use it. Technology is changing the shopping experience and retailers and brands need to respond to omnichannel shopper behaviour.
Up market retailer Michael Kors is believed to be one of those companies currently vying to purchase luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo. Last month MK announced it will close 100-125 stores, and focus more on invigorating its brand.
Citi bank in Austraila has partnered with global e-commerce giant Amazon. From today, Aussie Citi credit card holders can use their rewards points for eligible purchases on Amazon.com.
David Jones’ critical like-for-like sales have fallen for the year, with its parent company Woolworths Holdings blaming the decline in weak consumer confidence in Australia.
On Friday, Australian supermarket giants Woolworths and Coles announced it will no longer offer single-use lightweight plastic shopping bags across its entire store networks in Australia, which has been met with praise from environmental bodies.
Swedish fashion retailer H&M will launch its online store in Australia to back its bricks and mortar presence here, which it expects will offer click-and-collect among other features to cater for growing consumer demand for online shopping.
When you walk into Hema, a Chinese grocery store in Shanghai, you may think it’s an ordinary scene at an ordinary supermarket of shoppers browsing through an orderly row of fruits, veggies and seafood. However, if you look closer, there’s a big difference.
Gazal Corporation, the clothing and apparel distribution company behind labels including Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein and Pierre Cardin, has announced that it has acquired a 7.35% stake in Oroton.
Australian infant milk maker and online retailer, Bellamay, suffered its second blow this last week after the recent acquisition of its Victorian canning facility had its Chinese licence suspended.