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E-Commerce Needs 'Dimension' | Klarna's Plan for Live Stream Shopping

It's not a secret anymore: live stream shopping is the latest digital trend to sweep through the industry. Klarna is pairing up with Macy's to launch a live stream shopping festival.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 25 Feb 2021
Leading UK Online Card Retailer, Moonpig, Files for IPO

British online greeting card company, Moonpig, is filing for an IPO as the online boom continues strength to strength. 

Power Retail By Power Retail | 05 Feb 2021
Walmart's Warehouse Expansion Proves E-Com Isn't Going Anywhere

Walmart is here to prove that the e-commerce boom is only just beginning, with plans to build new distribution centres for online orders in Texas.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 29 Jan 2021
Is Ulta's Loyalty Program a Gold Standard for Beauty Retailers?

E-commerce in the United States has long been more advanced than in Australia, but it seems that we're starting to catch up. Ulta, the American beauty retailer, has amped up its loyalty offering to reflect...

Power Retail By Power Retail | 21 Jan 2021
Global E-Commerce Trends Australia Needs to Adopt in 2021

The world feels more connected now than ever before. Australian online retail grew exponentially over the course of the pandemic, and it seems the country is finally catching up to the rest of the world....

Power Retail By Power Retail | 15 Jan 2021
April 18, June 5-9, July 16-19 - Dates to Lock IN!

We're stepping up the development and networking opportunities at all levels in 2012, so read this to make sure you've got our key upcoming events in your diary - plus more to come.

By Grant Arnott | 28 Mar 2012
E-Commerce World Tour: Focus on E-tail Powerhouses

The the US and the UK might have claimed all the e-commerce clout to date, but Brazil and China are set to send waves across the global e-tail landscape.

By Neha Kale | 30 Jan 2012
E-Commerce Takes Off in the Middle East

Euromonitor International has highlighted an e-commerce boom in the Middle East as customers supplement offline browsing with the convenience of online.

By Neha Kale | 13 Jan 2012