Pharmacy 4 Less has reportedly signed a deal with JD.Com’s e-commerce business to expand its existing cross-border operations.
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.
Power Retail’s first ‘Spotlight Series’ report has revealed that 1.8 million Australian consumers are actively using buy now, pay later services, representing a growth rate of 120 percent per annum.
Target US has released a new augmented reality (AR) app to help customers better visualise the company’s Christmas decorations in their own spaces.
Walmart has announced the acquisition of online art retailer, Art.com for an undisclosed amount.
Online beauty retailer, Glossier has lost its third senior executive within a year, as the e-tailer’s President and CFO Henry Davis steps down.
Walmart has been hard at work improving its cross-channel shopping experience, with its new online app for store associates the latest move in its fight to gain a share in the global e-commerce market.
Due to consumer demand, Catch Group has doubled the size of its Chadstone pop-up from 500 sqm to 1,000 sqm.
The previously pureplay retailer has opened an experiential pop-up store in New York’s SoHo shopping district.
After a year-long slur campaign, Solomon Lew’s attempt to overthrow the Myer board has failed, but it’s not all happy news for Myer.