It’s the most wonderful time of the year, with the cash registers belling and everyone telling you oh what a year, it’s the hap-happiest sales season of all - Black Friday week and Cyber Monday the next!
Augmented Reality is allowing Australian car buyers to "try on" a new Volkswagen T-Roc or T-Cross in great detail, inside and out, and visualise it in their driveway, garage or elsewhere, at different sizes, as COVIDsafe buying of big ticket items online takes off in a big way! iTWire talks to CCMO Jason Bradshaw on video to find out more.
If hunting for Easter eggs isn't as exciting as it once was, how about AirPods for $1, A Samsung Galaxy S10 for $20, a Google Home Hub for $5, a 50-inch 4K TV for $10, and iPhone XR for $20 or a Dyson V8 for $10?
Ruslan Kogan is our clever countryman, full of e-tail excitement and cunningly clever marketing where if you're a keen detective, you can find a Google Home Mini for $1, AirPods for $5, an iPad for $20, a Dyson V8 for $30 and 16 other hidden super deals.
Suggesting that Ellen and Kim Kardashian "step aside" due to an event even bigger than their own efforts to "break the Internet" is obviously just hyperbole, but Kogan never misses an opportunity to get publicity.
With Amazon sending amazing shivers up the spine of Australian retailers, there’s also plenty of advice on what retailers (let alone consumers) can expect, with online shipping do’s and don’ts for retailers to ensure their shipping costs remain shipshape.
An Aussie mobile-shopping innovation promises to “help retailers and brands drive targeted shoppers into stores ahead of Amazon’s impact on the marketplace".
Unlike most retailers who fear Amazon will damage their business, top 20 Aussie e-tailer Klika says it expects “profits to soar with Amazon” and welcomes its arrival.
Australia’s top 20 online retailer, Klika, continues its aggressive local expansion with its recent appointment as Australia’s exclusive distributor of Ford Power Equipment.
One of Australia’s top online retailers, Klika, has continued the expansion of its omni-channel offering and enhancement of the overall customer shopping by partnering with Parcel Connect.
It’s the second year of Newegg officially being available in Australia; the company celebrates with a time-limited, discounted Newegg Premier and new eBay store expansion.
It has taken a while for Motorola’s online store to open in Australia, but in a week you’ll finally be able to say "Hello Moto".
It its eighth year, Australia’s 2016 Online Retailer event will be hosted at the Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavillion and promises "The Future of Retail".
French analysts and big data experts Ezako have a range of tools and algorithms within a QoS and QoE monitoring software suite designed for telecom operators with five key takeaways.
In September, Apex Supply Chain Technologies expanded its global footprint with a new Sydney-based APAC office and ‘Customer Experience Centre’, further supporting existing regional customers.
Shopping app CatchoftheDay has launched what it says is ‘the first online members only buying club in Australia’ called Club Catch with member rewards and more.
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Ok, so Klika doesn’t have the breadth and depth of tech gear Kogan competes with, but the online department store you may never have heard of is growing.
Virtual Instruments' infrastructure monitoring system leads to savings of $2 a year for every $1 spent on it, according to its CEO.
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.
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