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E-commerce

E-commerce Archives

Access launches VTN beauty products website Down Under

VTN's debut in Australia and New Zealand will be followed soon by a rollout in Europe.
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How Incu is bringing the store experience online

Incu CEO Doug Lowe explains how powerful staff are to Incu’s virtual shopping experience.

Why Accent Group is in the ‘perfect position’ for acquisitions

With significant cash on hand, the footwear giant is in a position to pull even further ahead of the pack.

Noel Leeming launches e-waste trial

The Warehouse Group’s Noel Leeming has introduced a free e-waste recycling programme in partnership with TechCollect NZ.

The need for speed: Inside Coles’ online strategy

Coles chief executive of e-commerce Ben Hassing is driving the supermarket through a major online transformation.

Why Poshmark’s CEO believes the future of retail is social

In this Q&A with the founder and CEO of Poshmark, we learn what’s behind the resale boom, and why shopping is inherently...

Meet the Zara of Southeast Asia

Thai womenswear brand Pomelo has big plans to beat Zara, H&M and Uniqlo at their own game. Here’s how.

TradeMe seeks to shore up property platform

The online marketplace has applied to buy up homes.co.nz to strengthen its own real estate platform.

Poshmark has just launched in Australia and says it’s “only the beginning”

Fresh off a listing on the NASDAQ, this US-based platform has big international expansion plans.

Why Coles’ CEO isn’t counting his roast chickens before they hatch

Coles records a strong first half but reduced immigration threatens future growth.

Adidas, Arket, Patagonia: Breathing new life into kidswear via rental

H&M’s Nordic clothing line Arket seizes an opportunity to prolong the lifespan of its garments.

Tech startup helps vets open online stores

The e-commerce solution for vets was built from Storbie’s second round of funding secured last year.
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AuMake doubles users of new social marketplace in last six months

AuMake shifted its strategy during the pandemic to connect China-based influencers with Australian and New Zealand brand...

Buying Bridgerton: How hit TV shows are influencing retail

With consumers growing cynical towards traditional advertising methods, retailers are capitalising on ‘cool’ content.
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TikTok shopping is coming. Here’s how it’s working in China

Douyin, China’s version of TikTok, pulled in 20.8 billion RMB during its first ever shopping festival in January.