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Score a Free Report on the State of Online Retail in Australia


We’d like to hear from you! Participate in Forrester Research’s national survey of online retailers and have your say about the current state of online retail in Australia and receive a free copy of the results.

2012 is shaping up to be a huge year for online retailers. It’s up to you to tell us exactly how things are progressing.

Power Retail, in conjunction with Forrester Research, invites all online and multichannel retail professionals to spend a few minutes in participating in an industry survey. This survey will garner valuable data on the current state of online retail in Australia, providing insights that will inform strategic business development. Without your help, we cannot hope to collate an accurate understanding of the online retail landscape that have benefits for all those associated with this exciting industry.

“We’re looking forward to hearing from online retailers, particular in the area of mobile commerce, which is becoming more of a priority across the board,” says Steven Noble, Senior Analyst for Forrester Research and returning ORIA chair.

All participants that complete the survey will receive a FREE copy of the results in-full.*

The survey closes on Sunday May 6th, 2012 and the results of the report will be presented on July 17th at the Online Retailer Conference.

To take part, simply click the following link:

*All results are confidential. We only ask for your name so that we can send out your copy of the results, as well as ensuring that no one happens to take the survey more than once.

Campbell Phillips

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Campbell currently serves as Editor for Power Retail. He has a background in science communication and a long history in retail. Campbell has a keen interest in emerging technologies and their impact in the world of media and online retail. Campbell is an indoor sports junkie, to the point of playing in a local dodgeball competition once a week, “just for kicks”. Follow Campbell on Twitter, Google+ or connect with him on LinkedIn.

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