The COVID-19 pandemic has had a “positive” impact on Australian consumers, according to a new study which found that just over half of consumers — or 51% — now feel more connected to their family than ever before.
Advertising in Australia is increasingly moving online, but despite the Internet leading the way for shoppers looking for purchases, other media — including good old fashioned catalogues — are still a favoured medium for many Aussies shopping for some categories of products.
A claimed world-first app called ‘AisleOne’ gives an endless aisle of Australian food and groceries to shop from online, launching on iPads.
The cost of mobile phone and Internet charges are a big concern for many Australians, with charges for the services putting increased pressure on household budgets.
The latest entrant to the groceries home delivery market is e-tail king Kogan, taking David’s stone to strike a deadly blow to Goliaths Coles and Woolworths.
Promising in-store prices online, ShopWings is a German online grocery delivery company that has opened its doors in Australia, with products from Aldi, Coles and Harris Farm.
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