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Magento’s Time Bomb: Tips For Re-Platforming Your E-Commerce Site

Magento is ending support for its 1.X platform in 2020, which has left a number of retailers looking to re-platform. Nicola Clement, the principle consultant at Meraki Digital, looks at what brands need to consider...

By Nicola Clement | 07 Mar 2019
New Website, Same Great Service: The CostumeBox Story

Where can you find good costumes for your kids? The Co-Founder and Co-CEO of CostumeBox asked herself this question way back in 2007. Today, her answer is simple.

April Davis By April Davis | 18 Feb 2019
4.2 percent of all Magento Stores Globally Leaking Payment and Customer Data

Thousands of Magento sites are reportedly infected with malware, stealing customer data and turning them into 'zombie money machines.'

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 04 Sep 2018
Adobe Sets Its Sights on E-Commerce

Adobe Systems Inc. has agreed to a $1.68 billion deal to purchase Magento, as it strives to compete with the likes of and Oracle Corp in the e-commerce sphere.

April Davis By April Davis | 22 May 2018
eWave Set To Take Global Commerce To The Next Level

eWave announce partnership with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, formerly Demandware, as part of their global expansion plans.

By Power Retail | 08 Jun 2017
sass & bide Wins Best Web Design

Australian fashion label sass & bide has been awarded Magento’s Excellence Award for best web design, recognising the work done on its new e-commerce platform launched in July 2016. The company says its seen a...

Oliver Sweeney Partners with David Jones

British based online retailer Oliver Sweeney has announced it will open its first Australian physical presence in David Jones next year.

Queen of Pro Bono - An Interview with Good360 Founder Alison Covington

After 12 months of testing, Good360 is ready to dive deep into the Australian market. Founder Alison Covington stopped by Power Retail to tell us about this innovative not-for-profit group.

By Julian Thumm | 02 May 2016
Australian Companies Launch First Magento 2.0 E-Commerce Site

With the launch of Magento 2.0, two Australian companies—Netstarter and Venroy—have announced the launch of the first Magento 2.0-powered e-commerce site.

By Julian Thumm | 18 Nov 2015