Click & Collect

Click & Collect is Declining in Popularity, but Don’t Give Up On it Yet

Power Retail asked consumers about their changing attitudes toward Click & Collect and found out what retailers need to do to meet evolving consumer expectations.

By |April 17, 2024|Categories: News|Tags: , |0 Comments

Report: December to be Biggest Online Shopping Quarter on Record. Are you Prepared?

August has recorded the largest week in e-commerce in 2021 to date, and we're just getting started! Are you ready for what's next?

eBay Partners with Hubbed for Click & Collect Service

eBay is partnering with Hubbed to expand its current Click & Collect offering. The online retailer will work with the logistics company, and utilise 1,200 Hubbed parcel points across Australia. 

What Motivates Aussies to Shop Online?

There are three major motivators for Australian shoppers to turn to e-commerce. A new report from Hubbed investigates some of the determining influences for Aussie online shoppers.

By |September 30, 2020|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Confused About Click & Collect in Stage Four? You’re Not Alone

The new Stage Four restrictions have forced the closure of thousands of retailers across Melbourne. However, Click & Collect and home delivery may continue. Let's break down what these new changes mean and how they may impact retailers in Victoria. 

By |August 7, 2020|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

The Next Big Thing in E-Commerce is Already Here

Every few months, there's a new trend that takes over the retail industry. From personalisation to drone delivery, there's never a shortage of ways to engage with customers and increase revenue. For several months, more brands have been introducing Click and Collect - so is this the next big thing? 

Supercheap Auto’s Online Store Set to Make $25 Million From Click & Collect

Taking the stage at New Retail ’19 on Tuesday Matt Rowse, the digital business manager at Supercheap Auto, said the company’s online store is on track to make $50 million in 2019, with 50 percent of those sales coming through click & collect.

By |February 26, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
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