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SurfStitch Enters a New Era

After months of uncertainty, SurfStitch is setting its sights on sustained growth and the possibility of new shop fronts, thanks to investments by Alceon Group.

April Davis By April Davis | 18 Apr 2018
Fate of SurfStitch Decided

It was a tumultuous and drama-filled lead up to the final SurfStitch creditors' vote. But it's now been decided that the Alceon proposal will prevail. What will this mean for the future of the brand?

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 04 Apr 2018
'Bring It!' says Cheadle, But SurfStitch Administrators Still Unmoved

Despite lacking support from Administrators, Abigail Cheadle is confident in the turnaround plans for SurfStitch: "The investors need to think about whether or not they want a piece of that action," Abigail Cheadle tells us.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 03 Apr 2018
Turn of the Tide for SurfStitch?

Administrators have recommended a vote for a proposal by EziBuy, with a positive result for creditors and a sliver of hope for the future of SurfStitch.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 20 Mar 2018
Woolworths Sells EziBuy - Who Bought It?

After acquiring New Zealand-born online retailer EziBuy in 2013, Woolworths has divested the business just ahead of June 30. Who to and how much? Read on.

By Grant Arnott | 27 Jun 2017
Big W Takes Online Operations In-House

As a result of Woolworths' internal restructure, Big W is working to take its online operations in-house.

By Julian Thumm | 18 Aug 2016
Woolworths Cuts 500 Jobs, EziBuy Sale Mooted

Breaking: Woolworths has announced a significant overhaul of its operating model to the ASX, with 500 jobs cut and EziBuy on the auction block.

By Grant Arnott | 25 Jul 2016
EziBuy Launches New Online Fashion Venture

EziBuy taps into a new market with the launch of its new online fashion venture, The Brand Store.

By Sam Gopal | 05 Mar 2015
Australia's Sleeping Giants Wake to Click and Collect Opportunities

Retailers are finally working out that the physical presence provides them with a competitive advantage online and are starting to drive click and collect services, writes Ben Franzi.

By Ben Franzi | 01 Oct 2014