UK experiential marketing agency TRO has opened in Australia following a merger with existing local agency, Retail Engine.
Expected to see the closure of up to 100 underperforming stores over the next two years, Dick Smith will be divested to interested buyers.
Metcash has given the all clear from the federal court to take over Franklins from Pick n Pay Retailers for a price of $189.3 million.
With the strong dollar trading above parity and seeing an unprecedented number of Australians travelling overseas, Australia Post is taking advantage of this and has entered into the travel market.
Eagle Boys Pizza has partnered with Hoyts Cinema to bring pizzas to cinema goers where it will open a kiosk in Penrith and Charlestown.
The five-year agreement will see Customers provide ATM hardware and software, ongoing maintenance, cash servicing, branding and 24-hour technical support to Coles Express.
US giant retailer Walmart has acquired a Wollongong-orginated technology app start-up company Grabble.
The partnership with the biggest repository of eBooks will mean customers will be able to access their eBooks on a variety of reading devices.
MiVoucher has integrated its mobile commerce platform with eftpos solutions provider PC-EFTPOS.
Danks has acquired the business and assets of Tait Timber and Hardware in Victoria, which includes two stores located in Tooronga and Somerville.