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Bunnings Reveals Plans for Full Online Offering

The Managing Director of Bunnings, Michael Schneider, has announced the timeline for the hardware store’s e-commerce development project.

April Davis By April Davis | 20 Mar 2019
Woolworths, Wesfarmers & Kogan Among Australia’s Top Companies

IBISWorld has released its list of Australia’s top 1,000 companies from the last 12-months and Power Retail’s top online retailer for the year, Woolworths has made the top ten.

April Davis By April Davis | 12 Mar 2019
Wesfarmers Management Shake-Up

Coming off the back-end of some disappointing full-year results, Wesfarmers have announced a management shake-up.

powerretail By Powerretail | 20 Aug 2018
Digital Growth Plans for Bunnings, Target, Officeworks

The Managing Director of Wesfarmers, Rob Scott, has announced plans to grow the company’s existing stable of businesses through digital capabilities, rather than focus on acquisitions.

April Davis By April Davis | 08 Jun 2018
ONTHEGO Strikes a Deal With Wesfarmers

Wesfarmers Industrial & Safety subsidiary, Workwear Group (WWG), has acquired a stake in ONTHEGO (OTG), confirming the formation of a joint venture with the brand responsible for clothing AFL and Cricket Australia players.

April Davis By April Davis | 06 Jun 2018
The Managing Director of Officeworks is Retiring

After 11 years as the managing director of Officeworks, Mark Ward has announced he will be retiring at the end of the year.

April Davis By April Davis | 30 Apr 2018
Kmart Versus Target: Which Brand Saw Results in Q3, and Why?

Kmart and Target are two of Australia’s biggest department store players, but, despite strong online and offline offerings, Target has struggled to keep up with its sister company in FY18.

April Davis By April Davis | 26 Apr 2018
Mixed Q3 Results for Coles

Coles’ third-quarter was heavily impacted by a decline in convenience sales, which offset an increase in food and liquor sales, quarterly report says.

April Davis By April Davis | 26 Apr 2018
Wesfarmers 22% E-Commerce Growth

Wesfarmers has announced an 87% profit plunge, with its bricks and mortar focused Bunnings stores spelling disaster. The retail group says a greater focus on online will be one of its core strategies moving forward.

By Peter Krideras | 21 Feb 2018