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What Glossier's Downfall Can Teach Retailers

What's going on with Glossier? That's the question on everyone's lips as the clean skincare brand battles new challenges. Here is why Glossier may be losing its shine with consumers, and what retailers can learn from...

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 02 Feb 2022
Live Stream Retail: From China to the World

There are a lot of trends coming our way as we continue to live in a post-COVID world, especially when it comes to e-commerce. At the 2021 Outlook lunch, US keynote speaker, Marie Driscoll, shared...

Power Retail By Power Retail | 07 May 2021
Q&A with Designerex: The World's Fashion Disruptor

We sat down with Co-Founder of Designerex, Kirsten Kore, and discussed the future of fashion rentals, sustainability and reaching the US market.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 28 May 2019
Neto Expands to US

In under a decade, Neto has gone from strength to strength, announcing its plans to tap into the US market following a stellar 2018 financial year.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 04 Sep 2018
Global E-commerce Sales to Approach US$2 Trillion in 2016

Global e-commerce sales will approach US$2 trillion in 2016, driven by growth in Asia-Pacific, as China overtakes the US as the world's largest retail market.

By Julian Thumm | 24 Aug 2016
Wayfair Business Worth Over US$2bn

The home decor pureplay determined its valuation in filing additional paperwork in the lead up to its planned IPO.

E-Commerce Disruption's Next Stop: Healthcare

The systems and processes that are being honed for commercial purposes in e-commerce will soon be used to disrupt more traditional products and services, specifically in healthcare.

Notes From a Big Show: New York and NRF - Key Themes

Tablets, the Internet of Everything and RFID. Gareth Judge discusses some of the key technological themes presented in this year's NRF Big Show in the second part of this three part series.

By Gareth Jude | 18 Mar 2014
Neiman Marcus Hones in on Australian Customers

Australia remains a priority for US-based apparel retailer Neiman Marcus, having begun shipping to the country in November 2012.

China Due to Top US as World's Largest Goods Trader

Early estimates suggest that China has overtaken the US in the value of its goods trade for the first time in modern history.

Amazon's 5,000 New Jobs Controversy

If an Australian firm announced it was adding 5,000 new roles to its workforce, it would be met with applause. Why isn't this the case for Amazon?

E-Commerce Online Sales Tax Bill Passes US Senate

Also known as the Marketplace Fairness Act or S743, the US senate has passed a bill that requires all online retailers to collect taxes from customers.