What should retailers and customers expect to see take off in 2019? Kylie Gleeson-Long, ANZ managing director of dunhumby believes voice search, data monetisation and a new approach to customer experiences will shape the future of the retail industry.
According to Tinyme, FitMyCar and EasyShed, providing the best possible online shopping experience means understanding your consumers’ needs and developing a UX strategy accordingly.
The last 12-months have been full of action in the online retail space, but 2019 will also mark an exciting new chapter for the industry.
Looking back on the spare bedroom start-up that hit the e-commerce scene back in 2010, the Hunting for George brand has come a long way. The company’s Co-Founder, Lucy Glade-Wright talks about the business’s online journey and what she’s learnt over the last eight years.
As part of Facebook and Instagram’s annual “Gift Guide” initiative, we talk to the owner of Spiritwoods Botanicals to learn how she uses social media to increase her business’s brand awareness.
Temple & Webster’s CEO, Mark Coulter has told shareholders that he’s confident the online penetration of the furniture and homewares retail category will ensure the brand’s success in years to come.
Chairman of the board, Garry Hounsell, has warned shareholders not to vote against Myer’s board at the upcoming AGM, taking shot at Premier Investments’ “media tricks”.
We sit down with Sydney-based fashion label, Three of Something, to learn more about the company and what it’s really like selling on Amazon as a small business.
The cross-channel clothing retailer has introduced a new endless aisle strategy, which has reportedly caused a 130 percent spike in sales within its first week.