Down down, Woolworths is down.
Consumers go for Aussie-made.
Melbourne home to 8 favourite shopping centres.
Amex cardholders lead iPhone ownership.
One in four small appliances from Harvey Norman or Good Guys.
Beauty retailer takes out the top award.
Hardware giant Bunnings has long been a key player in the home improvement space but since Woolworths-owned Masters Home Improvement entered the market it has changed things up. Or has it?
Aldi is doing a good job in keeping their customer satisfied, according to the latest Roy Morgan Supermarket Satisfaction report.
One in two department store customers also shop online, the latest Roy Morgan research shows.
Small grocery retailers are facing the toughest competition when it comes to sales, Roy Morgan research reveals.
Following recent news of News Limited getting behind local retailers in Australia, a similar shop local campaign has been launched by Australian Made.
Shoppers are expected to spend $41.2 billion on goods this Christmas.
October's monthly consumer confidence rating is out and there is good news for retailers, with the index showing strong growth to reach its highest point since February 2012.
Those who are quickest to get their business online were more likely to have increased revenue and staff, according to preliminary results of a Roy Morgan study commissioned by PayPal Australia.
The ARA is asking retailers to participate in the recently launched ARA Morgan Retail Pulse, a weekly monitor of retail confidence and performance which will provide unparalleled insight into the current retail environment.
According to a study compared to a recent, similar survey in the UK, Australians are about half as likely to use an app or a smartphone for online purchases.
Aldi has been honoured as supermarket of the year while The Good Guys has taken top spot for electrical retail stores as the 2012 Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards.
A survey by Roy Morgan has ranked which non-food retailer has been able keep customers smiling and which has not.
More Australians are choosing to buy online, a Roy Morgan research reveals with travel items such as tickets and accommodation being the most common purchase.
IKEA has the highest level of customer satisfaction of furniture stores, according to the latest Roy Morgan report.