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Direct or die: what the direct to consumer trend means for Australian retailers

It’s not a new thing but it’s fast becoming a ‘thing’. Brands around the world have collectively twigged to the benefits of dealing directly...

Small businesses ‘don’t trust’ energy companies

Business owners say they don't trust energy retailers.

If you can’t beat them, join them: how SMEs can begin taking advantage of Amazon Australia

With Amazon expected to launch in Australia on Thursday, the build up has seen mixed reactions from online retailers. While the immediate response from...

Online marketplace MyDeal enters the fintech game with SME retailer loans through Prospa

Online retail marketplace MyDeal.com.au has partnered with small business lender Prospa to offer its listed retailers loans to accelerate their growth. Retailers who list...

How stocktakes can provide intelligent business data this end of financial year

Most retailers regard and often treat their stocktake activities as a rather burdensome compliance process.  However, stocktakes can boost marketing and supply chain performance...

Warehouse Management in the Era of Amazon

If you keep yourself updated in the retail game, it shouldn't be news to you that American giant Amazon is going to cross into...

How small to medium business can make the most of Amazon Marketplace in Australia

Australia’s biggest retail players need not fear the imminent rollout of Amazon Marketplace in Australia. This is not the death knell of the status quo; local...

Cash flow problems are killing SMB growth: here are five ways to safeguard your business

The numbers are in and the news isn’t great for Australian small business owners. Research undertaken for the latest Scottish Pacific SME Growth Index * shows...

Don’t frustrate customers, deliver ‘omni-channel’ retailing, forum told

Customers are increasingly interacting with retailers through multiple ‘channels’ as part of a single transaction. Retailers that fail to offer a superior shopping experience,...

What if 99 percent of customers prefer fake?

Rhondalynn Korolak blogs about standing out in a marketplace where imitations are plentiful. "If you continue to compete based on price alone (or intangible claims), 99 percent of your customers will continue to assume that you are not the real deal either."

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Australia facing its worst economic contraction in history

The ABS confirmed Australia’s first recession since 1990 after recording two consecutive quarters of economic decline. After being hammered by the pandemic, bushfires and drought,...

Let’s Talk: Investing to Succeed

Figuring out where to best invest your time and money is a difficult task. As businesses scale, leaders’ daily tasks become more and more...

Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment offered to Victorian workers living in NSW or SA

People who live in New South Wales and South Australia but work in Victoria are now eligible for a $1,500 Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment...

Afterpay doubles revenue and partners with Worldpay to go global

Despite the global economic slow-down, the shift to online spending and move from traditional forms of credit have boosted Afterpay’s position domestically and internationally. Afterpay...