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Hunting for George Pivots to a Creative Media Company

Homeware store, Hunting for George, has made the decision to step away as an online store, and focus on becoming a 'creative media company'.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 26 Jun 2019
The Online Retailers Pledging to Work Together to Reach 1 Million Customers

Hunting for George, Birdsnest, FitMyCar, TinyMe, Edible Blooms, Flora & Fauna, Mountain Bikes Direct and Wild Earth have joined forces to reach a combined audience of one million customers this Christmas.

April Davis By April Davis | 04 Dec 2018
What Hunting For George's Co-Founder Has Learnt About E-Commerce

Looking back on the spare bedroom start-up that hit the e-commerce scene back in 2010, the Hunting for George brand has come a long way. The company's Co-Founder, Lucy Glade-Wright talks about the business's online...

April Davis By April Davis | 03 Dec 2018
Hunting for George launches 'Home Life

It's all systems go for Hunting for George off the back of a successful 2017, launching a new range which is sure to please its interior design addicts.

By Hannah Ainsworth | 08 Mar 2018
Hunting For George Launches Interactive Store

Cult homewares online retailer Hunting for George will unveil its first experience store this week at Highpoint Shopping Centre’s premium fashion section.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 18 Oct 2017
Hunting For George Turns 7!

What started as a passion project between two sisters in a spare room has grown into an award-winning business with plenty of feathers in its cap. Aussie online retailer Hunting For George celebrates its seventh birthday!

Hunting For George: How A $100 Video Delivered 100,000+ Views

Lucy Glade-Wright, co-founder of Hunting for George, a multiple finalist at the StarTrack ORIAs, shares the story of how one low budget video brought an audience of over 100,000 in 4 weeks.

Hunting for George Turns 5

Melbourne-based homewares online retailer Hunting for George recently celebrated its fifth birthday.

By Grant Arnott | 28 Oct 2015