It’ happened again… and yea it’s kind of a big deal. The party of the year, Power Retail’s All Star Bash kicked off this evening to recognise and celebrate the stars of online retiail in Australia and New Zealand.
Catch.com.au has announced a new partnership with women’s lifestyle website Mamamia to bring MamaMia Shopping, tapping into the publication’s growing audience of females and mums.
Richard Umbers has stepped down as Myer chief executive with the retailer’s chairman Garry Hounsell appointed executive chairman as it immediately searches for a new CEO and MD.
Ahead of the Power Retail All Star Bash and the launch of the 2018 Top 100, Power Retail explains the comprehensive updates to the ranking methodology. We have broadened the scope of the ranking criteria to ensure that the best overall combination of size, traffic, user experience, brand and customer reviews, plus other metrics are taken into account.
JB Hi-Fi has announced its half-yearly net profit rose 37% and online sales grew 40% as it successfully safeguarded its turf in an intensifying online retailing war in the electronics sector.
Hanes Australasia, formerly Pacific Brands, has confirmed its definitive agreement to acquire Bras N Things from private equity firm BB Retail Capital, and other associated parties.
E-commerce giant JD.com, China’s largest retailer by revenue, has announced the opening of a local office in Australia as it accelerates growth in the ANZ region.
Marley Spoon is riding the wave of success when it comes meal kits. Its business model is expected to disrupt supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths as the popularity of home cooked meals and healthy lifestyle choices rise.
Australian retail turnover fell 0.5% in December 2017, seasonally adjusted, with online retail growing 1% compared to the same period last year.