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Inside Zulily: Data Scientists, Engineers and Machine Learning

International marketplace Zulily tells us what it takes to create a personalised experience for every shopper and why 92% of purchases come from repeat customers.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 18 Apr 2019
Alibaba Reveals Stake in Groupon

On the back of better than expected fourth quarter performance, Alibaba has revealed a 5.6 percent stake in Groupon, providing some much needed good news for the daily deals pioneer.

By Julian Thumm | 16 Feb 2016
Case Profile: Himstr

Emerging men's fashion retailer Himstr is breaking the daily deals mould to provide high-end, hand-curated deals to fashion conscious professionals.

By Julian Thumm | 05 Jan 2016
Deals Website Bargain Spot Launches

Bargain hunting website, Bargain Spot, is looking to appeal to pre-Christmas, price-conscious shoppers by using a smart software algorithm to find high discount buys.

By Julian Thumm | 25 Nov 2015
Groupon Ceases Operations in Four More Countries

Groupon's global retreat continues, this time in Europe, with the company announcing the closure of operations in four Nordic countries.

By Julian Thumm | 20 Nov 2015
AussieCommerce Acquires New Zealand's TreatMe

AussieCommerce Group adds yet another brand to its growing stable, with the acquisition of New Zealand daily deals site, TreatMe.

By Julian Thumm | 12 Nov 2015
Groupon Sheds Daily Deals

Groupon Australia is ending its love affair with daily deals, entering a brave new era and shifting to a highly personalised, online marketplace model.

By Grant Arnott | 28 Oct 2015
Groupon Sheds 1100 Jobs

Major group-buying company Groupon has revealed its plans to shed 1100 workers over the next year as part of a global restructure, as revealed in an SEC filing released yesterday.

By Rory Betteridge | 23 Sep 2015
Webjet Promotion Campaign Falls Flat

Online travel agent Webjet has had a somewhat embarrassing afternoon, as the offer for $99 deals sent out to Webjet members earlier today caused the website to go down.

By Rory Betteridge | 02 Feb 2015