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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, wh...
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David Jones slammed for slow transition, Food business to be reviewed
Premier Retail looking to exit 350 stores in Australia and New Zealand

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Catch Group launching autonomous picking robots to boost online capabilities

Investment will allow the business to pack an additional 2000 orders per hour.
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Leadership

How I’m shaping the next generation of retail leaders

Head of retail Gabrielle Roux at womenswear brand Sheike is passionate about shaping the next generation of retail leade...

Premier Retail looking to exit 350 stores in Australia and New Zealand

Online could be the channel of choice for Premier Retail in the short term.
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Management

‘We gambled on this thing’: Gerry Harvey reflects on the past six months

A candid conversation with Harvey Norman's chairman about Melbourne’s reopening, stock shortages and rent.
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Omnichannel

Are fashionistas still too snobby to shop at Walmart?

The US retail giant is hoping its range of trendy staples will win over fashionistas, and it might just have the winning...
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Leadership

How have the rules changed for casuals in Covid?

Since the pandemic, casual workers have been hit the worst by restructures.
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Books & stationery

Should bookstores really be an essential service?

Some CEOs believe bookstores should be an essential service and are lobbying the Victorian Government to allow them to r...
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Leadership

VIDEO: Here’s how Lush is fighting racism in the workplace

When the tragic Black Lives Matter events took place in the US this year, it shook the world all over.

Businesses confess $588 million in unpaid superannuation in return for amnesty

According to the ATO, about 24,000 employers came forward to disclose underpayments.
Marketing

Revealed: TikTok lessons from the world’s most viral beauty brands

Getting familiar with TikTok – and taking a few risks with it – can bring a new young audience to your brand.
Unhappy shoppers

Research finds big gap between shopper and retailer expectations

More than 70 per cent of Australian consumers believe they are usually better informed about products than the frontline...

How to clean and disinfect after a COVID-19 case

What to do when you've had a confirmed case.
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Luxury

Can Harrods win over Gen Z with inclusive beauty concept?

As luxury brands feel the pinch, London’s iconic department store Harrods makes a bold move to appeal to a broader demog...

Retail sales slip in August: ABS

Turnover remains up on a year ago, however.
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Marketplace

Opinion: Can Amazon Prime live up to its hype in Australia and New Zealand?

In the US, Prime is part of the culture and way of life. It’s not that way in our little corner of the world yet, but I ...

Victoria drives biggest month in Australian e-commerce history: AusPost

August's online sales were up 5.8 per cent on April 2020 - the previous largest period.
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Myer trims board as shareholder pressure mounts

Second biggest shareholder Wilson Asset Management takes aim at Myer.
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International

Deciem CEO reveals Korean expansions plans

Since Canadian beauty giant Deciem, parent company of cult brand The Ordinary, opened its first store in Korea in 2016, ...
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Leadership

Leadership 101: How to manage stressed-out staff

As a result of the pandemic, many businesses have turned upside down and staff have been forced to adapt to the new worl...

Shopify data stolen by “rogue” employees

Less than 200 merchants have had order details stolen, according to Shopify.