A popular online clothing retailer is trialling Australia Post's same day delivery service; the Commonwealth Bank has a new contactless payment system; IGA has a new TVC and Telstra is giving away more business awards.
A popular Melbourne shopping centre has built a tennis court onto its roof in partnership with a retailer, customers are seek of online retailers' returns policies, Telstra hit with a massive fine and Kellog's interesting in-mall activation.
The omnichannel shopper is now well established in Australia with the latest research from Telstra showing the country is one of the most mobile-centric countries in the world.
Telstra has entered into an agreement with Australia Post to provide the national postal network with machine-to-machine tracking technology.
Small Australian retailers are looking to spend more this year compared to last as they try to refocus their business priorities for the new financial year.
Easybike takes their business off road with Telstra's Wi-Fi technology
A joint Deloitte Telstra report says being too late in digital will cost more than being too early.
New research by Telstra shows up to 89 per cent of online shoppers in certain sectors purchase goods in-store, over a third of which do so from the same retailer.
Telstra has announced that it will publicly recognise the traditional owners of the land in all its retail stores across the country.
Telstra is on a succeeding streak delivering a growth in revenue, profit and customer numbers for the first half of the 2012 financial year.
Taking the consumer experience to the next level, Telstra, in partnership with Google, has launched Androidland, a store that showcases the latest Android smartphones and tablets.
In an attempt to interact with customers at store level, Telstra have been innovating traditional visual merchandising in their windows for the past 12 months with Retail Engine.
Spanish clothing giant Zara has unveiled its new eco-store model at the launch of its latest Australian store in Melbourne.
Minister for Small Business Nick Sherry is urging small businesses to get online and embrace digital technologies so Australia can enjoy the economic gains of the high speed technologies.
To accommodate for its growing customer base and improve its customer satisfaction, Telstra has announced that it will be introducing an online customer service unit and it will be adding more than 100 new stores.
The high uptake of Amaysim through the retail channel has surprised CEO Rolf Hansen, with the German boss of Australia’s newest telecommunications player saying that his pared down alternative to the Big Threes moving swiftly towards mass market.
Telstra has welcomed Paul Geason as the new leader of the enterprise and government business unit.
Telstra T-Hub customers will now have access to catalogues including Target, Snooze and Toys R Us as part of an exclusive deal with retail marketing specialist CC Media.
Metcash chairman Peter Barnes has appointed Fiona Balfour as a director of the board.
In conjunction with its partners, Microsoft has officially launched its Windows Phone 7 in attempt to strive in the smartphone battle that is currently being dominated by Apple and Google.
David Jones surpassed Myer by a small margin with 32 per cent of respondents stating that Myer was the most trusted department store brand while DJs came out on top with 36 per cent.
The sale of smartphones is expected to grow as more than half of Australian mobile population will own a smartphone within the next year.
This Christmas, retail stores will become a battleground for smartphones as Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 is expected to be released just in time for the holiday season.
Telstra has selected Immediate Impact, a signage solution from Episys, to provide all in-store signage and shelf-edge labels across 450 stores throughout Australia.