Swedish furniture and homewares group Ikea says it has plans to sell its merchandise on websites of third party retailers, which may include Amazon and Chinese rival Alibaba.
Australian tech solutions retailer, Harris Technology, has revealed its plans to launch a Chinese division, which will sell products from manufacturer shipped directly to Australian consumers.
Established Australian pureplay Catch of the Day has continued its growth, announcing today it has launched an online marketplace with some of Australia’s top brands, as well as rebranding to Catch.com.au.
Building on successes in its global footprint of stores and in premium international department stores including Selfridges, Harrods, John Lewis and Fortnum & Mason, global Swedish design brand, kikki.K, has launched exclusively into 19 Nordstrom stores across the US, as well as online at Nordstrom.com.
European private equity firm Investindustrial has invited Alibaba’s founder Jack Ma to submit a joint bid concerning more than $1.2 billion for the buyout of L’Oreal owned The Body Shop.
Walmart is testing out a new app that matches its online order deliveries with its employees and their routes home, so its workers can deliver customers’ packages as they drive home.
Myer has today launched an online six second version of its Stocktake Sale, which runs exclusively on YouTube, offering its customers huge discounts within a window of six seconds to snap them up.
New Zealanders have just been bestowed with shopping online at kmart.co.nz e-commerce platform for the first time as of Tuesday morning this week.
A balmy autumn and the late onset of winter may sound like music to most ears, but for many retailers it has caused a bit of havoc, especially when it comes to stock control and money in.
Supermarket chain Woolworths is revving up its online reviews of its Own Brand food products, with the launch of its online sampling community that receives products for free and in return provides their reviews online.