SLI Connect is a half-day day event that brings together Australia's leading retailers to discuss, explore and learn from one another's e-commerce challenges and goals.
Design can be a powerful tool in capturing an audience's attention, conveying a message or telling a story. Companies know all too well that design plays an important role in how a brand is represented, and how it communicates with its customers.
Retailers looking to throw away the texta and scrap paper and move into the world of 21st Century labels and shelftalkers should consider esLabels for digital in-store pricing, according to marketing manager Ruth Hurley.
With a custom menu including burgers, wraps and bowls, the concept KFC store has been designed to meet the evolving expectations of urban, working professionals.
Kraft Nuts is proud to bring an exciting new range of eight products to families this year, including Australia's first crunchy hazelnut spread and its first natural peanut butter.
The greater group has predicted some trends that will infiltrate bricks and mortar retail in 2015.
Retail store owners looking for a camera system to provide both security and customer profiling should consider Panasonic's new Ultra HD intelligence surveillance cameras, according to product marketing manager Adrian Aliberti.
Australia's fastest growing hardware store, Masters Home Improvement, is excited to announce the addition of the Stanley FatMax range of power tools to its extensive hardware range.
A new website for socially conscious shoppers, eShopGiver has launched today, just in time for Christmas. The new site allows shoppers to donate up to 25 per cent of their purchases to community projects worldwide at no extra cost.
Event organisers can now bring an extra dimension to their sales and customer service experience with the launch of the portable Event Kiosk from Australasia's leading container solutions provider, Royal Wolf.