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WineDepot partners with Ebay, Vivino to bring wine to the masses

Besides the partnerships, WineDepot is to launch direct-to-trade platform WineDepot Market in Sydney next month and subs...

Retail appointments of the week

A round-up of who's moving in,out and around of the global retail industry this week.
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EBay sells Gumtree as part of US$9bn classifieds deal

The buyer, Adevinta, will become the largest online classifieds business in the world.
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Australian Made and eBay partner up to bring Aussie brands to the world

A new hub called 'Australian Made on eBay' will bring local products to an international audience.

How retailers are helping customers and one another

Many businesses are struggling, but they're still managing to lend a hand.
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“We have to work a bit differently”: EBay launches stimulus for struggling retail

Online marketplace waiving selling and listing fees for limited time.

Retail appointments

EBay global CEO steps down, Wesfarmers director retires and more.

Coles expands eBay offering with addition of fresh and frozen goods

Coles on eBay adds delivery windows to allow consumers to choose the most convenient delivery time.

How eBay and Catch competed with Prime Day

Online retailers see a boost during Prime Day, even if they're not on Amazon.

Prime competition: Retailers launch 48-hour sales of their own

Catch, eBay and others are going head-to-head with Amazon.

Toys ‘R’ Us launches on eBay

New store adds more than 4000 items to the online marketplace.

Two million households to receive first eBay catalogue

The online marketplace is encroaching on bricks-and-mortars' territory.

EBay orders now ship 15 per cent faster, marketplace says

Online marketplace reveals impact of fulfilment service.

Why retailers struggle to expand internationally

There’s no one-size-fits-all in international retailing.

Coles now selling food on eBay

The supermarket is offering fresh food and pantry items on eBay.

EBay to pay shareholders first-ever dividend

Online marketplace bows to pressure from activist investors.

Is it best to be an early adopter or a late adapter?

Sometimes it’s good to get the jump on competitors – but not always.

From the source: Basil Karam, Life Interiors

Omnichannel retail business plans to open its third bricks-and-mortar store.

Facing the great slowdown

A post-Christmas lull has set in for many retailers as online tempts bargain-hunters.

Majority of Aussies have finished Christmas shopping

Those not finished cite work commitments, lack of organisation.