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What to expect from Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale this year
Big Billion Days is unofficial start of India’s busiest shopping period. Image: Bigstock
Supply chain

What to expect from Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale this year

Last week, Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart announced it was hiring an additional 70,000 supply chain workers ahead of its Big Billion Days event, which serves as the unofficial start of the busy shopping peri...
No more ‘vanilla’: Freedom CEO reveals major turnaround plans
Q&A: How I went from politics to luxury retail
Why this face mask is better than the rest
Kmart just launched an AR tool. But do customers really use them?

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Luxury

How Rachel Zoe uses luxury to connect with customers

The celebrity stylist and entrepreneur has just relaunched her lifestyle luxury subscription offer.
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Food & beverage

Why department stores can’t ignore the lure of grocery

A fresh grocery offer does present some risks for larger retailers, but could the pros outweigh the cons?
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Fashion & accessories

Q&A: How Universal Standard could be the most inclusive brand in the world

We chat with the US label's co-founder Alex Waldman about how it's challenging society's views of women's bodies and how...
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Management

On the ballot: How brands could make a difference in the US election

Thousands of companies have pledged to give their workers paid time off to vote in the upcoming presidential election. H...
Fashion & accessories

Afterpay Australian Fashion Week: The show must go on

The newly named premier event of Australian design will be a combination of live and digial events next year.
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Mobile

Opinion: Retailers, don’t text customers like a crazy ex-lover

SMS marketing gets your messaging to consumers almost immediately, but if abused, it can do long-term damage.
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Gifts & toys

The Kiwi brand, the Korean customer and the US$500,000 order

In 2015, Wishbone Design received a huge order from a single customer. Here’s what happened next.
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Leadership

Opinion: When stylists become sales assistants

Savvy retailers now understand the importance of engaging experienced and qualified stylists.
Leadership

How to master the art of LinkedIn

Understanding how to create great content on LinkedIn can go a long way to helping you forge better connections with oth...
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International

Fable co-founder reveals overseas expansion plans

Just 10 months after launch, Australian plant-based meat company Fable is expanding into Asia and the UK.
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Omnichannel

Is L’Oreal Luxe still viable in the current climate?

The world’s largest beauty company is restructuring its luxury division after poor sales in the US, but is e-commerce en...
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Data & analytics

Are retailers falling behind on AI adoption?

A new report from Google Hong Kong shows a discrepancy between AI readiness in retail and other sectors. Here’s why.
Customer

Opinion: Here’s how ‘value’ has changed for customers since Covid

Shoppers want to make sure they want to spend their money wisely, here's how smart retailers can tap into that.
Leadership

Why age diversity in business matters

Too often, experienced candidates are overlooked for younger recruits. Here's how they can help your business.
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Pureplay

VIDEO: Catch founder Gabby Leibovich shares his story

How the entrepreneur grew Catch into one of the country's biggest e-commerce companies.