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MySale Announces Record First Half Performance

Following in the footsteps of e-commerce retailers announcing a strong start to the fiscal year, MySale Group has revealed double digit online revenue growth for the first half of 2018.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 06 Mar 2018
OzSale’s Studio Seven Partnership

OzSale has announced its e-commerce partnership with Seven Studios to launch a new beach lifestyle brand in conjunction with iconic show Home and Away. OzSale will also be managing the TV show's online store.

OzSale's Version of Amazon Prime

OzSale has unveiled its version of Amazon Prime, rivalling local delivery offerings like newly launched Shipster and Catch Club, as it prepares for the launch of Amazon.

OzSale Launches ‘Buy-Now, Pay-Later’ Payment Platform

Ozsale has entered the consumer payments market with the development of its own, proprietary, interest-free, ‘buy-now, pay-later’ platform, Ourpay, taking on companies like Afterypay and Zipmoney.

Ozsale Opens First Store in Australia

Ozsale has opened its first store on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, following the success it has seen in its physical stores in New Zealand. With this in mind, it was logical to replicate the lessons...

Why did Identity Direct Sell to Ozsale?

101 with Linda Greene. The founder of personalised products retailer Identity Direct sheds lights on why she decided to sell certain assets of the company to OzSale, saying part of the attraction was its technology...

Ozsale Acquires Identity Direct

International online retailer Ozsale Pty, part of the MySale Group, has announced the acquisition of certain trade and assets of online retailer Identity Direct, to expand into the vertical category of personalised products.

Federal Court Hits Ozsale with $500,000 Penalty

The Federal Court has hit Ozsale with a $500,000 fine for supplying children's nightwear that did not comply with Australian safety standards.

By Julian Thumm | 31 Aug 2016
Ozsale Pays ACCC Infringement Penalty

Ozsale has paid a $10,800 penalty for alleged consumer guarantee misrepresentation according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

By Julian Thumm | 02 Aug 2016