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Twelve months on from the first lockdown restrictions across Australia, local SMBs are feeling resilient and optimistic, according to new research from Amazon Launchpad - Amazon’s program aimed at helping Aussie startups and entrepreneurs bring innovative products to shoppers.

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Sunday, 15 September 2019 23:25

Give Customers What They Want

The Perception Gap Between Retailers, Sales Assistants and Shoppers

The front line is where the action happens – and employees who are in the thick of daily operations get a real feel for what’s happening. In retail, this is where sales assistants interact with customers. When retail decision makers are removed from the front line, how well do they know what the customer wants and what their employee needs?

Sunday, 15 September 2019 23:07

Give Customers What They Want

SPONSORED NEWS. The Perception Gap Between Retailers, Sales Assistants and Shoppers

The front line is where the action happens – and employees who are in the thick of daily operations get a real feel for what’s happening. In retail, this is where sales assistants interact with customers. When retail decision makers are removed from the front line, how well do they know what the customer wants and what their employee needs?

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Shoppers in the UK purchase from Amazon at least once a month, according to one global analyst firm which says that Amazon continued to steal share from competitors across the board in 2018 and remains a major threat in all retail sectors.

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Australian retail out-of-home media business, Shopper Media Group, is partnering with artificial intelligence-powered networks provider Mist to offer Wi-Fi, analytics and location-based services across its portfolio of shopping centres.

Published in Wi-Fi

eBay has launched a new shopper service — eBay Plus — which it says will give members free delivery and returns on 15 million products.

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New Zealand computer vision and artificial intelligence solutions provider IMAGR is claiming a world first trial of new artificial intelligence technology that “brings the checkout to the trolley” at an Auckland Foodstuffs store.

Published in Development

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.

Published in Strategy

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