In order to fend off further competition from online retail, department stores have delivered an ultimatum to their suppliers: offer better prices or get dumped.
Developing an online retail presence is hard enough, but some stores have found that even suppliers are trying to hold them back.
Target blames online retailers, as well as mobile devices, for lagging sales. The solution? Demand a better price from suppliers.
Amazon has recently begun operations for a new fulfillment centre in India, targeting the huge $US 550 billion retail market.
Facebook’s new look gives users greater control and personalisation options, influencing the way they interact with brands and paving the way for better social commerce.
Navigating the social media wilderness is no easy task, but armed with the right knowledge and direction, online retailers stand to make big gains in this area.
2011 saw a rise in breaches in website security across the board – perhaps it’s time to review how you are protecting your sensitive data.
Where the silly season usually means increased spending, shopping and consuming, a growing group of ‘inscrutable shoppers’ are rejecting the tradition.
In an Australian first, Temple & Webster are set to launch their premium members-only shopping site, dedicated entirely to the home.
Nearly two-thirds of all online transactions utilised a free shipping promotion, making it the Number One promotion for success in online retail this season.