For decades, successful retailers have been using data to power day-to-day decisions on everything from stock levels and logistics, to products brought to market.
They are the Oscars of Online, the Emmys of eCommerce and the Logies of Logging On! Click here for all the finalists in the 2014 StarTrack Online Retailing Industry Awards (ORIAs).
Click here to find out all the winners from the National Retail Association's (NRA) Rewards for Excellence ceremony, held on the Gold Coast.
A new development in Sydney's south-western suburbs is targeting the burgeoning Vietnamese community. Little Saigon, as it's known, on Chapel Road in Bankstown in being developed by Fam International and built by Deicorp.
A total of 53 Dick Smith stores are now capable of fulfilling orders made online and the company plans to expand the service to all its 373 stores across Australia and New Zealand.
Appliance retail entrepreneur John Winning has taken to his blog to deny reports in the Australian Financial Review that investment banks had been appointed to investigate taking the Winning Group public.
Instead of opting for home delivery, buyers can pick up their items purchased online from the kiosk, try them on in the change rooms installed in a shipping container, and even return them all in the one spot.
The future of online retail could be buying in the morning, picking up in the afternoon and enjoying in the evening.
In this special Q&A, ChannelAdvisor explains how it is supporting its Australian customers as they seek to grow their businesses domestically and across borders into Asia and beyond.
Broadway Shopping Centre this week hosted a novel attraction to get shoppers in the door and kick off the winter season: a fashion parade using the centre's travelators as the catwalk.