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E-commerce Archives

Gaming, but make it fashion: Why Tommy Hilfiger has joined Roblox

The iconic street-style brand is the latest to set up shop on the popular gaming platform, with visions of high engageme...

The meta-what?!

The pandemic reintroduced the world to a ‘little thing’ called a QR code and as we reopen to the ‘roaring twenties’, inc...

Skin in the game: Cult beauty brand The Ordinary launches into India

The cult skincare brand’s parent, Deciem, continues its international growth, cutting a deal with Nykaa for omnichannel ...

5 minutes with Jess Hatzis, co-founder of cult skincare brand Frank Body

Known for its tongue-in-cheek branding and range of effective exfoliators and formulations, Frank Body has grown into an...

Stitch Fix to cut salaried workforce by 15 per cent

Stitch Fix says it is reducing its workforce by around 15 per cent of salaried positions, as the online personalised sty...

Behind the rapid growth of online fragrance brand Who Is Elijah

Fast-growing local fragrance brand Who Is Elijah is on track to hit $3 million in revenue this calendar year as it conti...

Can retail lead the rise of super apps?

Here’s how you can bring this emerging trend to its fullest potential in your business.

Australian regulator sues Airbnb for allegedly misleading customers on pricing

Airbnb did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

Disney launches online store ShopDisney in Australia, NZ

ShopDisney Australia and New Zealand will open on June 14.

Lost items are something e-com businesses may confront. Are you prepared?

ShipStation can help streamline your shipping and keep your shipments moving smoothly.

Sydney couple launches second-hand clothing marketplace, ReHomed

Sydney-based couple Rogan and Kim Carroll, say their ReHomed Clothing Marketplace aims to give second-hand clothes a new...

“We were amateurs in e-commerce”: Why Vittoria is finally going DTC

In the next few months, coffee behemoth Vittoria will relaunch a far more e-commerce-friendly website, allowing customer...

Meet the rising star of the week: Chris Haddad, Oz Hair and Beauty

Last month, we launched our first Rising Stars of Retail report in the May issue of Inside Retail Australia’s quarterly ...

All about Viviology, Adore Beauty’s long awaited move into private label

After selling other brands’ beauty products for the last 22 years, online retailer Adore Beauty has finally launched its...

So you think it’s time for a digital transformation. Read this first

Transforming your business to tap into the online retail boom requires patience. But with careful planning it can pay of...

How Chinese toy giant Pop Mart thinks local, dominates global

Chinese toy giant Pop Mart has built a successful empire with a keen understanding of the cultural differences among the...

Missguided, alas: UK fast-fashion label collapses owing millions

Administrator called in as rescue bids for ailing omnichannel fast-fashion brand fail.

Alibaba waives guidance as revenue growth slows in Covid’s shadow

Online GMV fell in April at a rate in the mid-teens on the company's China retail marketplaces, said CEO Daniel Zhang.

What Zara’s recent decision says about the decline of free online returns

The growth in e-commerce has made free returns a sizeable cost for the industry. Charging consumers helps for now but wi...

Group buying, quick commerce and DTC: 5 e-commerce trends in Southeast Asia

Retailers in Southeast Asia, like elsewhere, have accelerated their adoption of digital platforms.