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It's Not Me, It's You: Why Aussie Shoppers Abandon Retailers

Do retailers really 'wow' consumers in Australia? Apparently not. Here's what retailers should know, and how they can fix it.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 24 Aug 2021
Consumer Confidence Drops Below 100, Lowest Since November 2020

Consumer confidence has taken a downward turn, hitting levels below 100 for the first time since November last year.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 11 Aug 2021
Consumer Confidence is Rocky - What it Means for Retailers

Consumer confidence remains rocky but is slightly lifted to 101.8 this week. What does this mean for retailers?

Power Retail By Power Retail | 03 Aug 2021
EOFY Sales Season is Upon Us: Are You Ready?

We're fast approaching the season for sales events, and with more online events than you could shake a stick at, retailers need to monitor the Australian market as it happens in real-time. That's where Power...

Power Retail By Power Retail | 09 Jun 2021
Is Your Personalisation Marketing 'Intelligent'?

Research shows that personalisation can generate an increase in customer loyalty and sales. However, in order to achieve these results, you have to understand the importance of intelligent personalisation.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 10 May 2019
How Many Australians Actually Purchase Groceries Online?

The Australian online grocery sector is in a period of fast growth, but how quickly are consumers adapting to the new supermarket model?

April Davis By April Davis | 19 Mar 2019
Online Marketplaces Top Destination for 48% of Aussies

A new report has revealed that one-in-eight Aussies shop from their mobiles on a daily basis, which is reportedly the driving force behind online marketplace growth.

April Davis By April Davis | 26 Sep 2018
Study: Cross-screen Viewing Changes Game Plan for Marketers

Australians' propensity to connect with brands via multiple devices is creating fresh opportunities for marketers, as a study by Mi9 uncovers the drivers behind cross-screen viewing behaviour.

By Sam Gopal | 22 Jul 2013
Roy Morgan: Over 50 Percent of Australians Shop Online

For the first time, the number of Australians turning to the internet for shopping has hit 50 percent, according to Roy Morgan Research.

HOT TOPIC: The online import invasion

With a significant amount of Australian dollars being spent online going to foreign sites, what's your view on this hot industry topic? Are more taxes the answer? Is there anything else we can do about...

By Grant Arnott | 03 Nov 2010