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Booktopia to move customer fulfilment centre to larger site

Booktopia to move customer fulfilment centre to larger site

To meet growing demand and manage an increased inventory, pureplay retailer Booktopia has signed a lease agreement to move its customer fulfilment centre (CFC) to South Strathfield in Sydney. The new CFC sp...
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Profits slump for online retailer Kogan
Online appliance retailer probed after orders go unfulfilled

Pureplay Archives

How The Outnet is tapping into the booming menswear market

The global menswear market is expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 6 per cent over the five years to 2025, with 39 per c...

Inside the first sexual wellness store in the metaverse

Erotic online retailer Lovehoney has launched the world’s first sexual wellness store in the metaverse. Officially openi...

Buyer sought for collapsed eyewear retailer Soda Shades

Sunglasses retailer Soda Shades has been placed in administration, a victim of the global supply-chain crisis.

Pushing the envelope: Memobottle to expand beyond water bottles

Memobottle, which makes rectangular plastic or steel water bottles in the same dimensions as A5, A6 and A7 pieces of pap...

Australian gift-delivery retailer LVLY names new CEO

The new CEO joined the company in 2016 as an advisory board member.

Meet Threadheads, the graphic T-shirt brand with a cheeky sense of humour

The fast-growing graphic T-shirt brand has more than 240,000 customers in 40 countries and is on track to double its rev...

How startup Good & Fugly plans to expand the fight on food waste nationwide

The business, which sells imperfect fruit and vegetables through a subscription box model, will launch in Melbourne and ...

Disney’s APAC e-commerce debut: hit or miss?

Disney finally debuts an online store, shopDisney, for markets in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singap...

Byredo, Nike taking real-world scents online

RTFKT and high-end fragrance retailer Byredo have teamed up to take on the daunting task of representing perfumes online...

Latitude Group rescinds buyout offer for Humm’s BNPL business

Australian digital payment and lending firm Latitude Group has terminated its $335 million offer to buy Humm Group's con...

Amazon’s part picker revs up competition in the auto sector

The retail behemoth courts market share with an online ‘virtual garage’ that aims to make buying car components and acce...

Inside Citizen Wolf’s bold vision to reengineer the fashion industry

The co-founders of the made-to-measure clothing brand say they've been underestimated as 'those crazy guys making custom...

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...

“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...

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...