New retail data from Eftpos has revealed the Black Friday sales surge moved beyond online to music shops, fashion outlets, department stores and appliance retailers
Optus has installed mmWave 5G technology into one of its flagship stores as it takes yet another step towards delivering this super-fast, exciting new technology directly into the hands of its customers.
Optus has introduced an interest-free device payment option — OptusPay — covering the purchase of all phones, tablets and wearables.
Optus has opened a new store in Brisbane which it says is its “most sophisticated” national flagship store, giving customers and visitors a taste of its “vision for the future” of its retail stores.
Optus has introduced a price guarantee on sales of its 5G phones, guaranteeing to match retail prices offered by competitors.
Online purchases are gaining dominance over buying in stores, with three-fourths (75%) of surveyed millennial shoppers - and more than half (53%) of Gen X shoppers - indicating they shopped in a store and left without a purchase only to end up buying the item online.
Foreign exchange specialist Travelex is deploying an experience management platform from US software company Qualtrics as part of a drive to enhance its customer experience agenda across retail and online stores.
Fifty of the 84 retail stores initially operated by the Allphones group, which went into liquidation in February, are continuing to trade under new owners.
Telstra has opened what could only be described as a Microsoft/Apple/HP like flagship store in Melbourne.
IT groups need to improve their efficiency to the "freakin' awesome" level, according to a storage specialist at a leading retailer.
The Dick Smith electronics retail group has seen solid growth in its online business over the past 12 months, with online sales now comprising 8% of total retail sales across the Australian business.
Shopping in-store is still as popular as it always has been for those seeking a bit of retail therapy, with the growth in online shopping still nowhere near the growth in the number of consumers continuing to favour the ‘bricks and mortar’ buying expedition.
Vouchr wants you to forget about ripping coupons from supermarket dockets and magazine pages. The company has started delivering coupons for well-known retailers such as Domino's, Baskin Robbins and Super Amart via smartphones.
Google is planning retail stores to sell its internet-connected glasses, Google Glass, with the stores to be "specifically" for its new wearable technology.
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