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Adore Beauty CEO Tennealle O’Shannessy  resigns to take up new role

Adore Beauty CEO Tennealle O’Shannessy resigns to take up new role

Adore Beauty Group CEO Tennealle O’Shannessy is to step down prompting a global search by the company’s board for a replacement.  In an ASX filing, Adore chair Marina Go said O’Shannessy would leave th...
Katy Perry serenades Kiwis in new Menulog campaign
Woolworths at Work for SMEs launches online after a long beta phase
Mighty Ape boosts Kogan’s bottom line as Australian profits tumble
How The Outnet is tapping into the booming menswear market

Pureplay Archives

Inside the first sexual wellness store in the metaverse

Erotic online retailer Lovehoney has launched the world’s first sexual wellness store in the metaverse. Officially openi...

Pushing the envelope: Memobottle to expand beyond water bottles

Memobottle, which makes rectangular plastic or steel water bottles in the same dimensions as A5, A6 and A7 pieces of pap...

Meet Threadheads, the graphic T-shirt brand with a cheeky sense of humour

The fast-growing graphic T-shirt brand has more than 240,000 customers in 40 countries and is on track to double its rev...

How startup Good & Fugly plans to fight food waste across Australia

The business, which sells imperfect fruit and vegetables through a subscription box model, will launch in Melbourne and ...

Latitude Group rescinds buyout offer for Humm’s BNPL business

Australian digital payment and lending firm Latitude Group has terminated its $335 million offer to buy Humm Group's con...

Disney’s APAC e-commerce debut: hit or miss?

Disney finally debuts an online store, shopDisney, for markets in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singap...

Stitch Fix to cut salaried workforce by 15 per cent

Stitch Fix says it is reducing its workforce by around 15 per cent of salaried positions, as the online personalised sty...

Amazon’s part picker revs up competition in the Australian auto sector

The retail behemoth courts market share with an online ‘virtual garage’ that aims to make buying car components and acce...

Inside Citizen Wolf’s bold vision to reengineer the fashion industry

The co-founders of the made-to-measure clothing brand say they've been underestimated as 'those crazy guys making custom...

How Kogan is using real-time data to improve decision making

The business has invested in giving managers across the company access to clear and understandable business intelligence...

Supie boosts membership, range as it reaches milestone

As it marks its first birthday, Supie has expanded its range to 6000 items, recently adding a selection of spirits, beer...

All about Viviology, Adore Beauty’s long awaited move into private label

After selling other brands’ beauty products for the last 22 years, online retailer Adore Beauty has finally launched its...

What Zara’s recent decision says about the decline of free online returns

The growth in e-commerce has made free returns a sizeable cost for the industry. Charging consumers helps for now but wi...

Qantas takes majority stake in online booking platform TripADeal

Byron Bay-based TripADeal was founded by Norm Black and Richard Johnston in 2011 to specialise in packaged holiday trave...

‘Little veins of gold’: How Tony Nash plans to grow Booktopia

After 18 years at the helm of Australian online bookstore Booktopia, Tony Nash is gearing up for a new role as the compa...