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Zara, Cotton On and ASOS Among Most Popular Aussie Men's Brands

Trends data provider, SEMrush has analysed online store traffic and Google search data for Aussie men, uncovering the most popular retailers for men’s fashion.

April Davis By April Davis | 02 Nov 2018

THE ICONIC has set its sights on a new frontier, capitalising on the growing childrenswear market with the launch of its kids range today.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 14 Aug 2018
Retailers Put First as Gets a New Look

In an effort to keep up with evolving customer habits, Scentre Group, the owner of Westfield shopping centres in Australia and New Zealand, has transformed its digital footprint.

April Davis By April Davis | 20 Apr 2018
Australia and New Zealand Retailers Performing Well in UK

A group of Australian and New Zealand retail executives gathered at the Australian High Commission in London last night to celebrate their combined success since launching their brands in the UK, including Kikki.K, Typo and...

By Power Retail | 21 Feb 2017
Cotton On E-Commerce Platform Shows Strong Results

With plans to expand its international footprint more in 2017, apparel retailer Cotton On says it has strategies in place to improve its online shopping platform further, following its recent implementation of a number of...

Typo is Now a United Kingdom Citizen

Cotton on Group’s stationery retail outlet Typo opened its first physical store in UK this week, with 100 additional stores planned to roll out in over the next five years.

Cotton On Announce $40 Million Distribution Centre

Cotton On has announced a joint $40 million investment in a new distribution centre at Avalon Airport to help drive online order fulfilment.

By Julian Thumm | 12 Sep 2016
Retail Features Prominently in the 2016 BRW Rich 200

Retailers make a strong showing in this year's BRW Rich 200 list, taking out 24 places to make it the second most represented industry in the list.

By Julian Thumm | 27 May 2016
Temple & Webster Acquires Australian Arm of Wayfair

Online furniture and homeware merchant Temple & Webster has snapped up the Australian arm of US online decor and home furnishing retailer Wayfair.

By Sam Gopal | 31 Jul 2015