There was one winning Australian entry at the 2014 World Retail Awards, held this week in Paris. Several other Australian retailers, however, missed out.
Several local retailers have been honoured this morning with nominations in the 2014 World Retail Awards, an annual celebration of physical, online and omnichannel retailing held in Paris, France.
Online shopping site CatchOfTheDay is partnering up with actor and comedian best known for role as George Costanza on the hit TV show Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, to launch its first ever brand campaign.
JB Hi-Fi and CatchOfTheDay have been named the most popular retailers on Facebook.
The CatchOfTheDay Group is at it again with the launch of its fifth deal site Mumgo.com.au, which will not only offer deals but a socially engaged online community, expert blog posts and product reviews for mothers.
The company celebrated five years in business with its strongest September quarter on record, reporting year-to-date group revenues up 100 percent on September 2010 figures.
After a successful 12 month trial, CatchOfTheDay's grocery site, groceryrun.com.au, has been officially launched ready to give the supermarkets a run for their money.
The brothers behind Scoopon and CatchOfTheDay have managed to buy themselves a stake into US daily deal site Groupon for an undisclosed amount.
CatchOfTheDay has sealed a deal with Tiger Global Management, James Packer's Consolidated Press Holdings, Andrew Bassat, co-founder and CEO of Seek, and Glenn Poswell, founder of Gannet Capital.
Catchoftheday.com.au is launching a new site dedicated to New Zealand shoppers on 1 February 2010.