In a tech industry that was once male dominated, the number of women in e-commerce is now levelling out, however, are females getting fair representation?
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Prinitha is the former Editor of Power Retail.
While Domino’s may be in the red over buying back its own stock in Australia, the company has dropped some serious dough when it comes to delivery which is positioning it as a technology leader that just happens to sell pizzas.
As Aussie Farmers Direct perishes, a new player in online food retailing has hit the Australian market. Budget-friendly meal kit service Dinnerly has launched, with meals priced at $5.75 per serve!
Woolworths is facing a potential $1.1 million penalty for allegedly making false, misleading or deceptive claims about its Select Eco range of disposable bowls, plates and cutlery.
Spanish fast-fashion retailer Zara has announced the official launch date of its Australian online store, which will be 14th March 2018. Watch out Australia! The competition is going to heat up even more.
As part of Chanel’s major push for e-commerce, the French luxury label has taken a minority stake in online retailer Farfetch that will help it evolve its digital capabilities.
Mattress pureplay Casper has opened its first physical store that offers curated experiences and special events to help its customers get a good night’s sleep.
Australian fashion multichannel retailer Zachary the Label has gone into voluntary administration due to rapid expansion, funding issues as well as increased online and international competition.
Harvey Norman has announced a 19.3% slump in net profit after tax for the half year to 31 December 2017, despite an uplift in sales and a 5% rise in revenue.
John Winning, CEO of Winning Group, has announced the rebrand of its delivery, installation and warehousing service from Handy Crew to Winning Services and the launch of the Winning Services website.