The Mon Purse of children’s handbags and accessories, Little Designer Club has been launched into the spotlight with its recent ORIAS nomination a mere six months since hitting the e-commerce scene. Power Retail talks to the businesses co-founder, Lauren Jauncey.
Propelled to success through Instagram and outright tenacity, the story of this homegrown personalised gift store is both humbling and inspiring.
Alison Covington, the founder and managing director of Good360 is the face behind the scenes helping big-name brands like Kogan, Big W and Woolworths dispose of unwanted stock.
eBay has released its financial results for the first half of 2018, revealing $2.6 billion in net revenue for the period ending June 30, 2018.
In a bid to branch out to a larger female demographic, Reebok has released a new iteration of its #BeMoreHuman marketing campaign.
While Woolworths Holdings is warning of future profit losses over David Jones’ poor performance, its other Australian retail venture, Country Road, is making waves with its online sales.
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.
This year dotmailer has highlighted 20 Australian brands in their exclusive Hitting the Mark 2018 email benchmarking report. They’ve researched and objectively scored the brands against an extensive scoring criteria, revealing which brands are using email to its full potential, and which brands still have ground to make up. Hitting the Mark Australian Edition features Harvey Norman, Zanui, Booktopia, Kitchen Warehouse, MYQT, and more.
Make a difference to your conversion rates! Here are five steps to great product videos from subject matter expert, Quickclips.
Tink Taylor, the founder and president of dotmailer, looks at how automation can help ensure cross-channel marketing success.