According to a Wall Street Journal report, Google will display buy buttons on mobile search results, positioning itself against the likes of Amazon and eBay.
Melbourne-based retailer Klika has appointed a new partner and director of commercial operations to lead a global expansion of the company.
Facebook is testing out a new news feed option that shows a unified view of items on sale across user groups and adds the ability to search public groups.
PayPal has extended on One Touch for mobile capability to include web, allowing customers to pay for goods across sites that accept PayPal with a single log in.
Ahead of the planned spin-off of payments service PayPal later this year, marketplace eBay has signed up a number of new executives to the company.
Based out of Oakleigh in Melbourne’s southeast, Klika has been a quiet achiever amongst online retailers. Founded as a home and outdoor goods retailer ten years ago, the business is worth $15 million today, with elder statesmen Ian McLellan, Boris Zaitsev and Scott Gladstone still at the helm.
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.
Amazon is expanding its Prime Now one-hour delivery service into more cities across the US, as competition in the online high-speed delivery space heats up.
With a lineup of speakers from The Iconic, Jeanswest and JAG to name a few, the inaugural Online Fashion Success opens its doors next Monday and is primed for a high-turnout attendance.