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Inside Optus’ plan to change the way customers view telco stores

About 18 months ago, Australian telecommunications provider Optus set itself an ambitious goal: to become Australia’s mo...

Showroom-X launches equity crowdfund to power international expansion

Showroom-X will also use the cash generated through the offer to create a bespoke online marketplace encouraging circula...

Best & Less loses steam as customers stay wary

And, due to the continued shift in consumer behaviour, the business no longer expects to meet its first-half prospectus ...

IGCC: Woolworths among companies having net-zero claims scrutinised

A new report provides guidance on what investors and shareholders want from net-zero ambitions.

AFC leading scheme to create ‘clothing circularity’ in Australia

“We have long needed an industry-led solution that actively involves all key stakeholders [and] defines their responsibi...

Analysis: Nike speeds up to enter the metaverse

The biggest apparel brand in the world isn’t going to let itself get caught unprepared for the blending of the virtual a...

Tim MacKinnon once was fired as a kitchen hand. Now he’s CEO of Providoor

The e-commerce expert talks about working in restaurants in his younger years, and what he thinks retail and hospitality...

Dan Murphy’s bets big on craft beer in Western Australia

Dan Murphy’s Hyde Park features a “craft beer canyon”, with almost 500 different options for craft beer – the retailer’s...

‘Cool is an attitude’: How Aje creates clothes every woman wants

We speak to the brand’s co-founders about creating clothes for women of every age and supporting causes that are close t...

LVMH ups support for Sephora Australia as losses mount

With Christmas coming and face-to-face work back on the cards in many states, Sephora’s struggles could ease over the co...

How Tim MacKinnon plans to keep Providoor cooking beyond lockdown

The gourmet meal delivery start-up is looking to raise funds from external investors to support the next phase of growth...

Fashion chain Rodd & Gunn opens bar at Chadstone

The Lodge Bar Myer Chadstone spans 90sqm, housing a terrazzo bar with lavish seating zones.

How legacy brands can stay relevant without losing their soul

It can be a challenge for the old guard to keep up with increasing consumer expectations without losing the essence of w...

Supply headaches force retailers to move manufacturing out of Asia

The disclosures come amid a massive shipping logjam that is driving up costs.

Inside Afterpay and the Australian Fashion Council’s “cutting edge” store

The Edit is a new experiential retail space celebrating local designers and the latest in-store technology.

Fable’s mushroom ‘meat’ takes the Big Apple

Shoes of Prey co-founder Michael Fox takes his plant-based food business to the US with a NYC partnership that's close t...

Kmart expands doll line up to include Guide Dog Handlers

Kmart chief executive John Gualtieri said inclusion and representation are incredibly important, not just for children w...

The modern retail playbook: The new normal standards of logistics

What do two retailers like Edible Blooms and Appliances Online selling chocolate bouquets and bulky whitegoods have in c...

Asian nations look to hasten reopening in sudden rethink

As Asian governments scramble to open up for tourists, retail sales will get a huge lift. Plans vary by country but the ...

Kathmandu’s sales, supply chain hurt in first quarter

Group CEO Michael Daly said the business continues to feel the impact of Covid-19 lockdowns.