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Billabong Takeover Approved by Federal Court

It's official. Billabong will cease trading on the Australian Securities Exchange today after the court has approved the acquisition deal with US-based retail company Boardriders, parent company of Quicksilver.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 09 Apr 2018
Five Ways Retailers Can Optimise Product Pages To Improve CX

Make online shopping easier for your customers with these five fundamental tips from Kimberley Carr, CPO of Rakuten Fits Me, for optimising your product images.

By Kimberley Carr | 26 Mar 2018
Quiksilver Parent Acquires Billabong

Boardriders, the parent company of Quiksilver has signed a deal to acquire Billabong, agreeing to purchase all of the shares of the surfwear label.

Billabong's Interest to Buy SurfStitch

Billabong is reportedly among several parties to submit a proposal to SurfStitch’s administrators, John Park, Quentin Olde and Joseph hansell of FTI Consutling group.

Billabong Terminates Omnichannel Solution Provider

Gold Coast based surfwear label, Billabong, has announced it has terminated its agreement with the omnichannel service provider it had engaged to integrate its online and offline retail operations.

Billabong Books $23 Million Loss

After returning to profit last year for the first time in four years, surfwear retailer Billabong has reported a loss of $23.7 million.

By Julian Thumm | 26 Aug 2016
Surfstitch Appoints Joint CEOs

After former Surfstitch CEO Justin Cameron's shock resignation, co-founder Lex Pedersen and Europe head Justin Stone have been appointed joint CEOs.

By Julian Thumm | 17 Mar 2016
Big Changes Ahead For Billabong

Consolidation of brands, revamped sales channels and an overhaul of the supply chain are measures Billabong will be taking in the next few years as it builds on its first profit in three years.

By Rory Betteridge | 27 Feb 2015
Billabong To Try Again With Multichannel Expansion

Billabong has decided to take another shot at expanding its network of physical stores, after losing 99 percent of its market value the last time it tried.

By Rory Betteridge | 01 Dec 2014