eBay is more than holding its own, so far, against the concerted push from online retail giant Amazon to build its business in the Australian market, with a new report revealing that just 24% of Australians made a purchase on Amazon in the last six months compared to 63% purchasing goods and services on eBay over the same period.
Brisbane-based technology start-up Citrus is claiming successive new client wins both in Australia and globally, including wine merchant Dan Murphy, since launching its online advertising platform last December.
Online retailer Kogan has had a big jump in revenue and profits for the full year to 30 June, on the back of a 45% boost in active customers to now claim 1.38 million total active customers.
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