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The Good Guys and Woolworths providing insight into the value of data

Brad Whatmough GM advertising for The Good Guys will share some of the retailer's tricks of the trade at an industry event called Big Insight Not Big Data hosted by POPAI, the global association for marketing at retail.

Posted Wed 27/05/2015 03:23:05 / Read More »

The Good Guys and Woolworths providing insight into the value of data at industr

Brad Whatmough GM advertising for The Good Guys will share some of the retailer's tricks of the trade at an industry event called Big Insight Not Big Data hosted by POPAI, the global association for marketing at retail.

Posted Wed 27/05/2015 03:23:05 / Read More »

Details of David Jones' transformation strategy under new ownership revealed

Increased prominence of private label and house brands, new loyalty and credit card programs, changes to staffing and a renewed focus on Asian customers are all part of David Jones' new strategy under South African ownership.

Posted Tue 26/05/2015 02:04:29 / Read More »

Hennessy partners with EDA Australasia to showcase premium products

Moet Hennessy Australia, one of the world's leading luxury champagne, wine and spirit brands, has partnered with leading point of sale and retail merchandising company EDA Australasia to promote sales of its premium cognac range, and educate shoppers thro

Posted Tue 26/05/2015 01:57:50 / Read More »

Matt Farmer joins D-link as Sales Director, National Retail

D-Link Australia has announced that Matt Farmer has joined the company in the capacity of Sales Director, National Retail.

Posted Tue 26/05/2015 01:55:06 / Read More »

KFC saves mobile screens from sticky fingers

Texting is so much a part of modern life that some people can't even pause for a meal of fried chicken without sending a message.

Posted Tue 26/05/2015 01:53:24 / Read More »

Amazon reportedly changes tax practices in Europe amid probe

Citing a company spokesman, the Wall Street Journal has reported that Amazon.com Inc. has commenced booking revenue from retail sales in individual European countries, instead of funneling all sales through low-tax Luxembourg.

Posted Tue 26/05/2015 01:52:00 / Read More »

Retail benefits from increased consumer spending leading up to Mother's Day

Retail benefits from bumper Mother's Day sales The Australian retail industry has benefited from a significant increase in consumer spending leading into Mother's Day 2015.

Posted Fri 22/05/2015 06:09:48 / Read More »

18 fires in 12 months caused by recalled Samsung washing machines

Fire and Rescue NSW yesterday responded to the 18th house fire caused by a recalled Samsung washing machine in the last year.

Posted Fri 22/05/2015 06:07:46 / Read More »

OP/ED - The plastic breach: credit cards, fraud and the retail sector

With over 7 billion credit cards in circulation worldwide, fraud in the retail sector has been on the rise for years.

Posted Fri 22/05/2015 06:05:39 / Read More »

Gloria Jean's Coffees Opens First Drive Thru in NSW

Australia's leading speciality coffee house, Gloria Jean's Coffees, is opening a new drive thru coffee house in Greenacre, Sydney.

Posted Fri 22/05/2015 06:04:34 / Read More »

Sunny Queen brings eggs to life with augmented reality collectible cards

Sunny Queen Farms has launched Australia's first augmented reality collectible cards which are expected to not only put the fun back into buying eggs but to also launch a brand new collecting craze for families across Australia.

Posted Fri 22/05/2015 06:02:15 / Read More »

The 2015 Interior Fitout Awards heralds the new benchmark for fitouts

Twenty shopfitters from around Australia were heralded for their extraordinary work against a highly competitive field at the 2014/2015 Laminex/ASOFIA Interior Fitout Awards presentation held in conjunction with the Australian Shop & Office Fitting Indust

Posted Wed 20/05/2015 06:28:42 / Read More »

New music licence scheme for retailers easy on the ears and the hip pocket

The Australian Retailers Association has launched a joint music licence scheme to make it easier for retailers to access music in-store and stay on the right side of licensing laws.

Posted Wed 20/05/2015 06:05:56 / Read More »

Ex-employees file complaints over alleged workplace bullying at EB Games

Four former EB Games casual staff members have lodged complaints with WorkCover, NSW Anti-Discrimination Board and the Australian Human Rights Commission over alleged mistreatment by their district store manager.

Posted Wed 20/05/2015 06:03:38 / Read More »

KFC refused liquor licence

Earlier this year, KFC opened its first concept store on Church Street, Parramatta, with plans to sell beer and cider alongside burgers. This week, the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA) refused the licence and deemed the idea "inappropriate".

Posted Wed 20/05/2015 06:01:35 / Read More »

Sydney establishments prepare for Vivid festival

Venues throughout Sydney are looking to capitalise on the upcoming Vivid festival offering exclusive food, drinks, cocktails and music for people to enjoy the spectacle which begins on Friday 22 May.

Posted Wed 20/05/2015 05:57:39 / Read More »

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