Some of Australia’s top online retailers have developed a new initiative that identifies and celebrates a new wave of online icons, aka “influencers”, given their impact on the wonderful world of e-Commerce, and in our everyday lives today.
Amazon has made official announcement this week, of its ambitious new bricks and mortar convenience stores, which will be known as Amazon Go, which will allow shoppers to buy groceries, without opening their wallets or checking out.
This year some fashion retailers have been behaving better than others. Oxfam names and shames those companies who aren’t transparent. The 2016 “Naughty or Nice” list helps shoppers make more informed and ethical choices about the clothes they purchase.
eBay has unveiled an emotionally powered pop-up shop, which uses biometric technology to read emotional cues from shoppers, to help them decide what they really want.
Woolworths are looking to strengthen its e-Commerce position with its new partnership with Australia Post, to install parcel lockers in supermarkets across the country, providing online shoppers with convenient parcel collection and returns.
With the flood of holiday online retail orders, Amazon is using technology to fast track its training for newly hired warehouse staff.
Myer has announced the best of the best in at its annual Myer Supplier of the Year Awards, which celebrates and recognises the retail giant’s suppliers and business partners in 2016.
Woolworths is bracing itself for the imminent arrival of US e-Commerce giant Amazon in Australia, announced in its annual shareholders meeting in Sydney yesterday.
America’s Black Friday has become a bit of a global shopping event thanks to the world of e-Commerce, and Australian online shoppers are amongst the most eager when it comes to bagging a US bargain.
What happens if you give two wine-loving nerds a $25 million investment from Blue Sky Venture Capital? They catch a plane to New Zealand, rope in some renowned industry peeps and film an epic TV ad.