Australian franchised parcel delivery service CouriersPlease (CP) has launched a new self-serve, low cost returns portal - named Boomerang - which it says will enable e-tailers of all sizes to focus their resources on selling their products instead of allocating costly resources to handle the challenge of reverse logistics.
200 small online businesses are already involved in an attempt to bring a US-style Cyber Monday online shopping event to Australia.
Fitness is back on the personal agenda for many people, and etailer Kogan is tapping the fitness zeitgeist with the launch of a new brand: Fortis.
An analysis by Borland shows that a number of well-known Australian web stores failed to keep up with the amount of traffic they generated during the post-Christmas period.
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