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Cheers! Are You Catering to the Drunk Shopper Demographic?

Ever had a burning desire to buy dog-food online after a few beers, even if you don't own a dog? You're not alone! The drunk shopping stats are in.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 23 Apr 2019
Aussie Retail Sector to Hit $300 Billion, Research Says

The Australian retail sector is expected to hit $300 billion for the first time this financial year, according to research from the National Retail Association.

By Julian Thumm | 05 Feb 2016
Great Expectations: What Omni-Channel Shoppers Want

A new survey on Australian and New Zealand consumer behaviour has found that Aussie retailers are struggling to meet shoppers' omni-channel expectations.

By Julian Thumm | 02 Feb 2016
The Return of the Thing: Crafting the Perfect Returns Policy

A generous returns policy can increase customer trust and sales, but it can also cost you money and open you up to returns fraud. Creating the perfect policy is a delicate exercise in customer psychology.

By Julian Thumm | 25 Jan 2016
The eWAY Holiday Period Online Retail Report

Early January identified as the new key sales window, according to the eWAY Online Retail Report.

By Julian Thumm | 19 Jan 2016
10 Statistics That Could Shape Your eCommerce Strategy

Reviewing a few select statistics is a simple way to gain perspective on where the e-commerce industry currently stands - and where it could be heading.

By James Taylor | 09 Sep 2015
Melbourne: Australia's Online Shopping Capital

New data from eWay breaks out figures for Australia's online shopping trends by region.

Australia's Retail Holding Pattern: 0.6% Turnover Rise in June

The ABS has released the latest growth statistics for Australia's retail sector, revealing a 0.6 percent rise in turnover in June.

ABS Retail Trade Figures Reveal Minimal Growth in April

Australia retail trade figures show no sign of marked improvement in the April period, increasing only fractionally on the standard set by March. Does this spell more pain for the industry ahead?