While its vision and strategy hasn’t changed since day one, there’s an exciting global expansion on the cards for Temple & Webster with adjacent growth to come.
Super Retail Group has purchased outdoor gear brand Macpac which it will merge with its Rays business to create an adventure retail powerhouse to compete with market leader Kathmandu.
Myer’s falling sales and a downward spiral in foot traffic as shoppers increasingly choose to buy online sees it in a hazardous state. Shareholder Solomon Lew is now on a mission to overthrow Myer’s board, starting with chairman Gary Hounsell.
Levi reports its best financial performance in over a decade thanks to digital advancements in e-commerce and retail expansion to drive growth.
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.
For the first time non-Chinese shoppers will be able to use China’s mobile payment platform WeChat Pay and will now, also for the first time be able to link their credit cards to the service.
Taobao, the flagship consumer-to-consumer marketplace of Alibaba Group, has launched a special version of its mobile to better serve the needs of senior citizens to capture China’s silver economy.
Zara has opened a pop-up store in London that is dedicated to e-commerce, while it refurbishes its nearby full-line flagship store designed to integrate online and offline shopping.
Gifts Australia is an online gift store that has been delivering an easy and reliable gift-giving service for nearly two decades.
Manhattan Associates unveils new technology that gives retailers the ability to personalise shopping experiences by incorporating social media conversations.