Displaying items by tag: bricks and mortar

In a move that has set off alarm bells with licensees worried that Telstra won't pay them the proper market value for their stores, Telstra announced its intention "to transition to full Telstra ownership for its bricks and mortar branded retail stores across Australia".

Published in Business IT

Australian data services start-up, Skyfii, has launched operations in the United Kingdom to meet what it says is strong market demand for data-driven analytics from bricks-and-mortar venues and businesses.

Published in Data

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.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 20 July 2015 05:58

Online shopping meets in-store shopping

Two thirds of Australian shoppers check prices online before they shop in a physical store, and nearly one third use a mobile device while shopping to check prices and features.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 14 July 2015 21:27

Social media help boost online retail sales

A growing trend for social media companies to act as direct sales platforms, and Wi-Fi deployments and 4G rollout, is pushing up global online retail sales to around $1.7 trillion this year, up by 17% over 2014.

Published in Strategy

Online shoppers have become increasingly frustrated and often abandoned attempts to buy products because of problems processing their purchases on retailers’ websites.

Published in Market

After JB Hi-Fi CEO Terry Smart dismissed comments from Ruslan Kogan, CEO of Kogan Technologies, that JB was 'Apple's bitch' and that Apple didn't make up anywhere near the 30% of total JB Hi-Fi business, the Koganator has struck back with his biggest bet yet!

Published in Home Tech

Kogan has ripped retailers a new one claiming that when Apple decides to cut third party retailers such as JB HiFi out of the loop, a huge part of their business will simply evaporate.

Published in Home Tech




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