The Credit Suisse consumer electronics price index provides an interesting snapshot of the retail industry’s ongoing ‘race to the bottom’.
Bespoke women’s shoes pureplay, Shoes of Prey, has developed beyond just an online retail presence, having opened its first shop in David Jones Sydney.
One of Australia’s longest-serving online retail stores, The University Co-op Bookshop, has undergone its first rebranding process in 55 years.
The ACCC has blocked a move by Narta International to set a minimum price for electrical goods – a move bordering on anti-competitive behaviour.
The interactive digital display could have a resurgence among Australian multichannel retailers – particularly if Bedshed’s new initiative pays off.
While Google has made overtures on gaining a presence in the loyalty before, its latest announcement of ‘Zavers’ – a couponing initiative – may herald a long-awaited success.
Both Russia and India are among nations expected to put on e-commerce growth in the next few years as more consumers take to the internet with either cash or card.
The UK-based e-commerce software provider ChannelGrabber has pooled three months of holiday sales data in order to compare which SME channel (Amazon, eBay or Play stores) is best.
Results from ForeSee’s US holiday customer satisfaction survey reveals Amazon is maintaining online dominance, while other retailers are slipping.
Imagine a showroom with only one of each available item and a stockroom that’s automated by robots. Welcome to Hointer, the new high-tech fashion chain.