In a further boost for e-commerce cross-border trade into China, the Australian Made Campaign has signed a landmark memorandum of understanding to further promote Australian made products into the Chinese e-commerce market.
H&M has been accused of burning unsold clothes, but the company firmly denies this. Journalists have gone a step further to prove H&M is up to no good. Why could this retailer be burning unsold stock?
Ikea Group is focused on being better placed to defend its market-leading position and maintain growth as consumer preferences shift towards online shopping and home delivery.
Kathmandu has embedded sustainability into its business strategy and is bidding to achieve goals such as achieve zero waste to landfill by 2018.
Chemist Warehouse will partner with X’s Project Wing to test drone delivery technology to Australian households in ACT and Queanbeyan regions.
Myer is on a mission to revive its fortunes. The retailer is persevering with its board renewal process, announcing its newest appointment of Julie Ann Morrison as non-executive director today.
Amazon has confirmed that over 500 Australian businesses have already registered to sell their products on www.amazon.com.au when the Amazon Marketplace goes live. Catch says its tally is up to 600.
On the eve of the world’s biggest online shopping festivals – Singles Day in China, Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the US and UK, what global trends are emerging that are being adopted by Australian retailers?
Myer says it’s set to accelerate its commitment to digital by bringing Android Pay and Apple Pay to Myer via the Myer’s new credit card.
Amazon is on the top of Australian retailer’s minds as the Christmas shopping peak period nears, and with subdued household spending – the outlook in the industry is gloomy and retailer’s confidence is down.