Amazon has been making news both locally and internationally over the past few months, and the latest Amazon Prime announcement is a testament to the company’s always-growing stature.
With the goal of making the world more beautiful, one room at a time, Temple & Webster’s Q3 results brings the brand one step closer to achieving its vision.
Despite decreases in retail spending, Amazon has had a strong year in sales, with data revealing it’s now among the five biggest retailers in the UK.
More often than not, size 8 models don’t accurately represent the average Australian shopper, which is why ASOS is implementing ‘virtual fit’ technology in the hopes it will decrease preventable returns and improve the experience of everyday shoppers.
ASOS is among a growing number of e-commerce businesses that are starting to recognise the value of immersive digital content, which has led to an increase in engagement and sales over the last six months, reports say.
As an expansion of its already flourishing e-commerce offerings, Catch Group is officially launching its first online brands’ outlet store, Catch Outlets.
Last week Amazon surpassed Google’s parent Company, Alphabet, and became the second most valuable company in the US and arguably, the world.
With FBA only launching last month, Amazon has now grown to over 10,000 retailers, doubling the number of sellers since January.
Catch of the Day has been reborn, launching in New Zealand today as part of a wider growth strategy. Is a New Zealand Catch marketplace platform next?
Fulfilment by Amazon launched last month and Prime is on its way. How will this shake up the retail sector and what do you need to know to stay on top?