Aussie retailers raise the bar on mobile and social in 2015.
The consumers of the internet-era make their decisions after consulting several sources of information such as websites, in-store displays, online reviews and social media.
True Alliance has partnered with online customer acquisition agency dgm to grow the company's online businesses in the Australian market.
Mobile penetration continues to experience rapid growth in the retail sector.
Activewear retailer Lorna Jane has relaunched its e-commerce site to support its increased traffic as well as its expansion into the US.
The fashion retailer has entered into the online space with the launch of the Dotti e-store, which will have selected items photographed showing the front, back and detail of the product.
With REDgroup Retail announcing it entered into voluntary administration last week, RetailBiz caught up with book chain Dymocks' CEO Don Grover to see whether they were feeling the pressure of online shopping.
Attorney-General Robert McClelland introduced the Electronic Transactions Amendment Bill 2011 into the House of Representatives to bring Australiaâ€™s electronic transaction legislations into the 21st century.
To help retailers better understand the opportunities of online retailing, the federal government will hold an online retail forum in early 2011.
While bricks and mortar retailers continue to predict poor Christmas sales, PayPal indicates that 2010 will be the biggest Christmas yet for Australian online retailers.
Photographic retail chain Camera House has launched its e-commerce website that will be selling over 600 photographic products.
The chief executive officer of Getprice Chris Hitchen has appointed Prue Cox as the company's business development manager.