The ability to pay for an online order after having received it, or even two months after receiving it, sounds like the stuff of an April Fools’ joke. To Australian shoppers’ delight, this one is legitimate.
AussieCommerce Group, one of Australia’s largest e-commerce names, announced the acquisition of the Australian arm of research service provider PINCHme.
Google’s foremost mind of search engine optimisation has unveiled a product that will prove the ultimate disruptor in a lucrative industry: automatic SEO.
Contrary to claims made late last week about high-end luxury label Net-A-Porter’s impending sale to Amazon, news has emerged this morning that the brand will instead merge with Italian fashion retailer Yoox.
Department store chain Target has launched a shoppable videos segment in conjunction with the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival earlier this month, allowing customers to buy products as they see them on the catwalk.
eBay and Argos are partnering to trial a new ‘click-and-drop’ scheme that could help sellers cut the cost of delivering items to customers.
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Online urban apparel retailer Karmaloop might be saved from bankruptcy, with a number of high-profile suitors expressing interest in buying the label.
London-based luxury fashion site Net-A-Porter could be on the verge of a sale to Amazon, according to reports this morning.
Major British fashion retailer ASOS has partnered with ParcelPoint to offer Australian shoppers a cheaper and more convenient means for returning purchases online.