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Despite Rising Prices, US Retail Sales are Going Through the Roof

Prices have continued to skyrocket for food, petrol and consumer products in the United States, but shoppers are buying more than ever.

By |November 23, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |2 Comments

The Cost of Re-Opening Retail | Q&A with Zip Global

Restrictions are lifting across the country, meaning retail is expected to undergo a series of changes. We spoke to Steve Brennen, the CMO of Zip Global to understand the impact of lockdowns on the industry, how the lifting of restrictions will affect e-commerce and the future of retail.

Economic Optimism Drives ‘Virtually Unchanged’ Consumer Confidence

Australian consumers remain somewhat positive about current economic conditions, with consumer confidence virtually the same as in previous weeks.

The Future of In-Store Shopping: Three Key Considerations for Transacting Safely

The COVID-19 pandemic has had, and continues to have, a profound impact on consumers’ lives. The impact of these changes is a domino effect that, in turn, affects the way customers shop and transact with your business.

By |September 15, 2021|Categories: Sponsored Post|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Another COVID Christmas – How to Avoid the Delivery Delays

We've gathered six key ways to reduce the strain for retailers in the lead up to the Christmas season, and how businesses can prepare for another COVID Christmas.

Australia Post’s Temporary Pause on Online Deliveries: Experts Weigh In

Australia Post is temporarily pausing its Parcel Point collections from the 4th - 7th September, in an effort to reduce the strain as online orders skyrocket. What does this mean for retailers? We asked the experts. 

By |September 2, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

AusPost Pauses E-Com Parcels as Backlog Reach Christmas Levels

Australia Post is temporarily pausing its parcel collections from online retailers across NSW, ACT and Victoria as its backlog reaches pre-Christmas levels. Here's what it means for retailers moving forward.

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 Online Revenue Forecast: What Does it Mean for YOU?

Last month we forecast 38 percent year-on-year growth for March e-commerce revenue, aligning with the latest ABS figures. Is this cause for panic or celebration?

As London Re-Opens, Online Orders Drop 12 Percent

Last week, London began to ease its lockdown measures under its Tier Three restrictions, which began on January 6 2021. With stores re-opening, online orders dropped 12 percent. Will this sentiment last forever? We wouldn't bet on it.

By |April 20, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments
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