Social Media? Digital Marketing? EDMs? SEO? Knowing what to spend money on for marketing an online retail venture is like traversing a minefield of buzzwords and acronyms – let us break it down for you.
All Getting Started
Launched in 2011, Closet Rich has gained perhaps more publicity than its founder, Elizabeth Kott, ever intended. Making use of her clients’ bulging wardrobes, Kott repurposes their pieces online.
Pureplay online consumer electronics and appliances store, OHKI, doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel. Instead, by providing good products and great customer service, this business has grown regardless of tough conditions.
Founded by Kristina Thomas in mid-2011, Home Culture is designed to bring high-quality, stylish gifts, homeware and furniture to Australian members at affordable prices.
Having recently relaunched their website and partnered with the successful CatchOfTheDay group, we spoke to Vinomofo.com’s co-founder and CEO, Andre Eikmeier.
Having the right technologies to support a business’s infrastructure is crucial to success and no online retail venture can exist without choosing the right method of taking payments via its website.
Vinspi, a local online bespoke suit business has recently been accepted into tech startup incubator AngelCube, which provides financial and mentoring support.
Husband and wife team, Gaurav and Anupma Taneja dreamed of bringing technology and design together in a webstore – what they developed can only be described as fabulloso!
Online Shopping USA is an online retailer with a difference. The brainchild of James Harris and Eisabai Nyo, this website pulls together a whole raft of products from US retailers to sell to the Australian market.
Alec Nelson, Co-founder and CEO of Vacuumspot, began his career as a door-to-door vacuum salesman. On his path to success in online retail, he’s hoovered up a lot e-commerce knowledge.