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ShopFully: The Future of Digital Catalogues

We chat with ShopFully Australia Manager, Dean Vocisano, about digital catalogues, changing consumer habits and why sometimes, simplicity is key.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 23 May 2019
Jurlique Transforms Digital Customer Experience

Jurlique has unveiled its new website, leveraging personalised communications and strengthening customer loyalty.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 22 May 2019
Meccaland: A Revolutionary Brand Event for Beauty Junkies

Australia's largest beauty convention, Meccaland, took place this weekend, and is a revolutionary brand event for retailers.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 21 May 2019 Silently Exits Aussie Waters

Commerce platform,, has left Australia after only 15 months due to losses, while strengthening relationships with NZ fresh produce distributors.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 09 May 2019
Tommy Hilfiger Launches Flagship ANZ Online Store

After announcing its plans to shift away from a traditional department store model earlier in the year, Tommy Hilfiger has launched its own online presence in Australia and New Zealand.

April Davis By April Davis | 24 Sep 2018
The Impacts of Amazon on Consumer Behaviour

In 2017, the impending arrival of Amazon sent the Australian retail world into a spin! But, a year on, how has its arrival really impacted Australian consumers?

By Hannah Ainsworth | 25 Jul 2018
Kathmandu Goes Global Following New Digital Strategy

New Zealand based retailer Kathmandu is looking to expand internationally, following its jump in FY2016 profits, attributed to its revised digital marketing strategy.

101 Online Retail Legal Obligations

Introducing your business to new markets and the world wide web exposes you to greater legal risk. Learn how to protect your online store from a legal perspective.

By Zachary Swan | 21 Sep 2016
Australian Retail Figures Recover

Predictions of stronger performance in Australian retail were on the money today, with the ABS announcing that Retail Trade figures depicted a rise of 0.4 percent in retail turnover.

By Rory Betteridge | 02 Oct 2015