Alibaba’s Tmall has added to its existing ‘See Now, Buy Now’ shopping feature, giving consumers at this year’s festival the chance to instantly review their favourite products.
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April Davis is the Editor of Power Retail and comes from a background in both the print and digital publishing spheres. When she's not immersed in all things e-commerce, she's either eating way too many doughnuts or talking to her dog in a ridiculously high-pitched voice.
The Party People are no strangers to the world of omnichannel customer experience, having dabbled with pop-ups in the past. This Halloween, the company is ramping things up with new scan and go tech.
Marketplace merchants and review watchdogs have accused Amazon of manipulating online reviews of its private label products, putting its third-party sellers at a disadvantage.
Speaking to Power Retail, Temple & Webster’s CEO, Mark Coulter, says the company’s Q1 results exceeded his expectations. Moving forward, he says that delivery to New Zealand is in the cards, as well as more private-label lines and data-driven promotions.
Despite escalating trade wars between China and the US that will likely inflate shipping costs and place hefty levies on imported goods, JD.com is planning to break into the US market.
Off the back of Timbuk2’s new Melbourne store opening, we sat down with Patti Cazzato, the global bag retailer’s CEO, to learn more about the brand’s international expansion plans.
After being recognised as one of Australia’s top 50 CMOs at cmo.com.au’s annual awards, Mark Baartse talks about the initiatives that have gotten him to where he is today.
Earlier this month, we reported that eBay had accused Amazon of foul play. Now, eBay has made its frustrations official by filing a complaint with the California Superior Court.
Australian online wine retailer, Vinomofo has announced its decision to further monetise its Port Melbourne warehouse, after the success of the launch of its click and collect service earlier in the year.
After news broke on Wednesday that the Senate plans to launch an inquiry into popular buy now, pay later services, Afterpay shares dropped substantially. Now, the company seems to be recovering.