Australian online retail news

THE ICONIC’s New Adaptive Edit is ‘Inclusive, Accessible and Empowering’ for Shoppers

Almost 20 percent of the Australian population live with a disability and access other needs, and despite this growing need to service and accommodate shoppers, many consumers are left out. THE ICONIC is hoping to change that with the launch of its new Adaptive Edit. 

Is PayPal’s No-Fee BNPL a Game Changer? We Asked the Experts

A potentially game-changing development in the BNPL market is underway, as PayPal launches the country's only BNPL service with no late fees.

AusPost Prepares for “Biggest Event on E-Com Calendar”: Click Frenzy

One of the largest online sales events of the year is only a few hours away - Click Frenzy. As Aussie shoppers prepare for the best deals on the platform, Australia Post is prepping for its own frenzy.

Neto Acquired by Maropost for $60M

Maropost has acquired Neto for $60 million and considerations to further develop and harness business solutions for online retailers and wholesalers to scale and grow.

Consumer Confidence is ‘Significantly’ High for 2021

Consumer confidence has increased by 1.6 pts to 111.9 following a strong December quarter in 2020, Roy Morgan has reported.

2/3 of Aussie Retailers to Increase E-Commerce Budget in 2021

Australian retailers are planning to expand their e-commerce budgets this year, a report from CouriersPlease has found. Two out of three retailers will be boosting their e-commerce efforts, following the overwhelming growth of online retail in 2020. 

Josh Frydenberg Gives Aussie Online Marketplace the ‘Tick of Approval’

Buy Aussie Now, the online marketplace that aims to be the Aussie version of Amazon or eBay has just received a 'tick of approval' from Federal Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg. 

Consumer Confidence Dips 0.7 Points, Roy Morgan Reports

Australian Consumer Confidence has dropped 0.7 points as Victoria comes out of its third lockdown, reported Roy Morgan. 

JB Hi-Fi Online Sales Skyrocket 201.9 Percent in HY21

JB Hi-Fi has recorded a good start to FY21, reporting an increase in its online sales by a whopping 201.9 percent.

Amazon Smashes $1 Billion Revenue Mark in Australia

Australian e-commerce isn't going anywhere, not if Amazon has anything to do with it. The online giant has just hit the $1 billion revenue mark, thanks to the current and unwavering e-com boom.

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