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Korean fashion house ADLV lands in Australia this May

Streetwear brand will open its first brick-and-mortar shop in Melbourne ahead of an Australia-wide online store.

Analysis: How Covid-19 pushed NZ retailers online

A few years ago, New Zealand online retailers had lagged behind the global industry, but now, they're upping the ante.

Why car retailers are moving showrooms into shopping centres

CarExpert aims to reboot real-world auto retail with a physical showroom and test centre in a shopping mall.

Booktopia seals academic book deal with Zookal

The company's agreement with Zookal covers approximately $22 million of annual sales and 185,000 titles.

How digital helped Domino’s top $3 billion

Domino’s is rethinking the way consumers order food as it looks ahead to the next phase of the e-commerce boom.

Alibaba fined US$2.75bn for anti-monopoly violations by Chinese regulators

E-commerce giant has been "abusing market dominance" since 2015 by preventing its merchants from using other online e-co...

Catch names new general manager for Marketplace

In the newly created role, Steve Traplin will be leading the growth of the online marketplace.

‘Innovation is happening faster than ever before’: Richard Umbers

The real reason retail has entered a golden age of innovation. It's not what you think.

Invivo & Co launches Aussie online store for Sarah Jessica Parker’s wines

The store, called Sendnsip, will sell Parker’s wines including Invivo X, SJP Sauvignon Blanc and Rose from France.

GlamCorner, Spell launch designer-led rental platform

Using a GlamCorner-hosted store, customers can now choose from 48 Spell garments to rent from the ‘Sister to Sister’ ren...

Shoppers spent US$900bn more online last year – and the trend will stick

Mastercard predicts between 20 and 30 per cent of the shift to online will be permanent.

Amazon sales predicted to surpass US$500 billion this year

Profits set to soar a further 30 per cent this year after last year's 38-per-cent hike.

Still calling your vendors?

Managing purchase orders is on most buyer’s daily to-do lists. There should be an easier way. Luckily there is.

From startup to $600 million: Behind the Culture Kings acquisition

Here's why a US-based digital platform just acquired a stake in the Aussie streetwear business.

South Korea’s LG becomes first major smartphone brand to withdraw from market

Its decision to pull out will leave its 10 per cent share in North America, where it is the No. 3 brand.