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Amazon is Primed for Impact but Australian Shoppers Expect More

Recent research has revealed that Australians have high expectations for Amazon that aren’t being met. What does this mean for the giant that was meant to take our country by storm?

By Hannah Ainsworth | 10 Sep 2018
Bed Threads: Case Profile

Wanting to invest in some luxury bed linen, Genevieve Rosen-Biller was disappointed by what she found. Her disappointment grew into an idea which has now grown into a business that sells 100 percent French Flax...

powerretail By Powerretail | 27 Aug 2018
How Online Retailer Hoselink Connects With Its Community

Power Retail spoke to Michelle Di Micco, Head of Marketing at online retailer Hoselink, about the evolution of the company and how it benefits from selling directly to customers.

Adore Beauty Adds Ella Baché

Online beauty retailer Adore Beauty has broken more new ground, becoming the first online-only retailer in Australia to be approved to stock Ella Baché.

By Grant Arnott | 25 Nov 2015
Newegg Taken Hostage By Hackers

Tech pureplay retailer Newegg was taken down by hackers last night as part of an extortion attempt.

By Rory Betteridge | 02 Oct 2015
RY Reaping Benefits of AfterPay

Six months ago new payments service AfterPay made its debut, and befitting an April Fools' Day announcement, it sounded far too good to be true: an online payments platform that allowed customers to defer payment...

By Rory Betteridge | 30 Sep 2015
Temple & Webster Launches ZIZO

Australian homewares retailer Temple & Webster has relaunched its recently purchased Wayfair Australia with fresh new branding and positioning.

By Rory Betteridge | 28 Sep 2015
Pureplay Not A Threat - Westfield

Scentre Group Marketing and Digital Director John Batistich has gone on the offensive, using a marketing leaders' summit in Sydney to dismiss the perceived threat of exclusively online retailers and arguing that very few pureplay...

By Rory Betteridge | 23 Sep 2015
'Netflix For Books' Oyster Shutters

After two years of taking on Amazon with its subscription book service, Oyster is throwing in the towel, telling customers the company will spend the next several months 'taking steps into the sunset'.

By Rory Betteridge | 22 Sep 2015