Zoë Richardson, the founder of online jewellery store, Zoë Alexandria Jewellery shares her digital transformation journey and how she’s replicating her in-store customer service standards in a digital environment.
The retail landscape looks very different now to what it did 50 years ago. How has this evolution impacted traditional business models and is it too late for them to catch-up?
Juggling three kids and a business, Infamous Swim’s Founder discusses how she manages to stay afloat as her fashion label rises to cult status.
According to Catch, more and more people are purchasing goods for special occasions online and Valentine’s Day is no exception.
The richest man in the world has conceded to the city of New York, blaming opposition from local leaders for being forced to reconsider the location of Amazon’s HQ2.
Retail and food sales didn’t just drop in Australia over Christmas, with global markets reporting similar holiday trading drops.
Whether it’s B2B, Manufacturing, Wholesaling or B2C, businesses are constantly striving to find their competitive advantage. Much capital and human investment focus is placed on the front-end, yet the impact of these efforts is lost if the back-end processes across the supply chain cannot provide effective support. It is this increase in competition that is driving advancement in the supply chain space and in turn changing the face of retail as we know it.
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