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Small food stores face fiercest competition

Small grocery retailers are facing the toughest competition when it comes to sales, Roy Morgan research reveals.

Posted Tue 12/03/2013 11:55:06 / Read More »

Wine Australia studies UK online retail market

The project will look at the online market from both a retailer and consumer perspective and will aim to identify new opportunities for Australian wine producers.

Posted Wed 27/02/2013 11:22:01 / Read More »

Aussies shop private labels, convenience, discounts

Private labels, convenience and discounts are on top of Australians' shopping lists according to a research by Nielsen.

Posted Mon 25/02/2013 12:00:33 / Read More »

Spending lifted in January

Australian consumers and businesses have started 2013 on a positive note with the latest Commonwealth Bank Business Sales Indicator showing economy-wide spending lifted in January.

Posted Wed 20/02/2013 03:34:18 / Read More »

Businesses wait 52 days for payment

Businesses are kept waiting 52 days for payment, according to the latest Trade Payments Analysis by Dun & Bradstreet.

Posted Wed 20/02/2013 03:27:00 / Read More »

Interest rate cuts not helping retail confidence

Interest rate cuts towards the end of 2012 have done little to ease business concern, the latest survey from NAB suggests.

Posted Tue 19/02/2013 02:00:27 / Read More »

Strongest consumer sentiment in years

Positivity is all around us with consumer sentiment rising by a buoyant 7.7 per cent in February.

Posted Wed 13/02/2013 03:50:34 / Read More »

Group buying market gains strong profits

The group buying deal continues to remain strong with more than half a billion dollar having been spent in the industry in 2012.

Posted Tue 12/02/2013 03:42:17 / Read More »

Business profit expectations slide

Australian businesses anticipate modest sales activity, difficult trading conditions and subdued consumer activity over the next few months.

Posted Thu 07/02/2013 03:00:16 / Read More »

Gender confidence gap widens

While they may be the keenest shoppers, Australian women are not so confident compared to men, the latest MasterCard consumer confidence index has revealed.

Posted Thu 07/02/2013 01:00:51 / Read More »

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