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How Marketplaces Rose to the Top of the Food Chain

Amazon, Catch, MyDeal, Kogan - the online marketplace landscape is rapidly evolving and adapting, as are consumer's needs. Research reveals what consumers really want from online marketplaces, and if it's worth retailers investing. 


Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 06 Jun 2019
Q&A with Ethi Founder Jimmy Zhong

Sustainability is in style, and hopefully here to stay. Power Retail spoke to Ethi founder Jimmy Zhong about ethical fashion in e-commerce.

Neto Launches Repricing Functionality with StreetPricer

If pricing is a competition, Neto and StreetPricer are pulling ahead, today revealing a partnership that will integrate their platforms for Neto customers.

BuyMeStuff Plans Next Gen E-Commerce Marketplace 

BuyMeStuff has raised $450K in angel investment for its next generation e-commerce marketplace and technology platform, which will leverage machine learning to help Australian SMB brick and mortar retailers intelligently connect with online customers.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 10 Oct 2017
Bluethumb Launches $10,000 Art Prize

Looking to invest its success back into Australian artists, online art marketplace bluethumb has announced the launch of the $10,000 bluethumb Art Prize.

By Julian Thumm | 01 Sep 2016
Trade Me Net Profit Weighed Down by Dating Business

New Zealand online marketplace Trade Me has posted a net profit decline due to a one-off impairment charge associated with its online dating business.

By Julian Thumm | 19 Aug 2016
Redbubble Announces IPO

Online creative marketplace Redbubble has announced an initial public offering, with the aim of raising around $40 million to pursue its growth strategy.

By Julian Thumm | 20 Apr 2016
CEO Outlines Planned Changes for eBay

eBay CEO, Devin Wenig, has outlined plans designed to return the marketplace giant to growth, which include major platform changes and the pursuit of acquisitions.

By Julian Thumm | 12 Feb 2016
PayPal-eBay Split to Take Effect Today

Today is d-day for eBay and PayPal as the two companies go their separate ways. But the split might no longer be of benefit to the online marketplace.

By Sam Gopal | 17 Jul 2015