Online retail 21Diamonds is going global and expanding into 18 international geographies with the help of hybris.
Booktopia has been rated as the number one loved store of 2012.
Looking to challenge the prices of traditional retailers, online jewellery retailer Ice has launched in Australia.
Online fashion retailer The Iconic has sealed an investment deal with J.P. Morgan Asset Management worth approximately $19.2 million.
E-commerce website JASU may appear as a regular platform for where products are sold but on closer inspection it has also positioned itself as a resource for Australian fashion.
Online shopping website BucksBack has been officially launched to allow consumers to ‘shop, save and earn’ cash rewards from over 700 online retail partners
Online Retailer has launched KickStart, a one-day learning program designed to provide an actionable plan to retailers looking to start selling their products online.
E-commerce platform provider ChannelAdvisor and online marketplace Trade Me have partnered up to help online retailers tap into the New Zealand market.
Online shoe store StyleTread has secured a $12 million funding deal with Starfish Ventures who will join existing investors Lakestar, Nine Enetertainment Co. and Adinvest.
DealsDirect has acquired online brand Extrastock.com.au, which specialises in selling of surplus inventory for major consumer electronic, tool and appliance brands.
Factory seconds retailer 2nds World has started a new online store, called Savvy Appliances, which promotes itself as a full service online retailer of first run products.
The APAC Sale Group, owner of online shopping club Ozsale.com.au, has extended its Asia-Pacific region footprint with the launch of its Thailand website, Thaisale.co.th.
Kaeho.com.au, a new Australian men's fashion website, is offering to send multiple sizes to customers who can return the unwanted ones, free of charge.
Traditional Australian retailers are not moving quickly enough after Deloitte found that some of the most successful start-ups are online retailers.
onsport.com.au gives consumers access to range of sporting experiences such as meeting favourite sports personalities, match/season tickets and hospitality, and sports based travel packages.
PwC has predicted that the online shopping market in Australia in 2011 will reach $13.6 billion, a growth of 13 per cent from the $12 billion expenditure in 2010.
Known to be Australia's largest online appliance retailer, Appliance Online, reported 2010 Christmas trade increased by 150 per cent over Christmas trading in 2009.
eBay has projected double-digit annual revenue and earnings growth over the next three years for its global PayPal and eBay Marketplaces businesses.
After only launching in February 2010, GUESS' online store now provides greater product offering to include watches and jewellery on top of handbags, wallets, shoes and accessories for men and women.
Getprice has released its 2011 shopping report, which identifies the online shopping habits and behaviours of over 3000 consumers who visit its site.
The online Salvos Store has been launched to coincide with the charity's 'Shopping with a Conscience' campaign, which aims to inspire Australians to shop with the environment and community in mind.
The company said it is looking to acquire local online companies to boost its reach and range of products nationally.
Australian e-tailer eStore.com.au is asking consumers to buy from local online retailers this Christmas, despite the soaring Australian dollar.
Amazon.com will be acquiring members-only fashion and online buying community BuyVIP.com.
Amazon Payments, an Amazon.com company, has streamlined the customer checkout experience with CBA.
Following the success of last year's inaugural Online Retailer Expo and Conference, the event will again be held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre this year over four days, from July 6-9.