For many of us, sh*t gets real in May. We’re halfway through the last quarter of the financial year and we’re either nailing FY17 financial targets and business objectives… or we’re not.
The dance between retailers and their supplier can be a complex one, and indeed a rough and tumble one too. Consider that the ACCC saw it fit to intercede last year between some of our largest retailers and their suppliers and enforce a code of conduct ensuring fair play.
To reduce shipping charges, Dutch bike company VanMoof decided to get a bit creative (and naughty) with its shipping methods.
Based on its new ‘News Feed Values’, Facebook is changing up its news feed to prioritise content from friends and families, in a move that will help to increase its advertising revenue.
While social media influencers have become hot property for brands, do they really deliver or are you better off developing brand advocates from your existing customer base?
As same-day delivery options become increasingly popular, and last-mile delivery fleets grow, the sustainability of e-commerce logistics must be questioned.
A fake Apple ad has slipped through Instagram’s advertising API, bringing into question the credibility of not just Instagram’s but all advertising API programs.
Image-based social media platforms Pinterest and Instagram are outpacing Facebook for growth and represent a valuable opportunity for online retailers.
Let’s think about monopolies for a minute. Basically, a monopoly implements controls which make possible the manipulation of prices.