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Is a Cotton On cafe in the works? The three things adding to the retailer’s strength

Could Cotton On soon be offering you a latte to go with your activewear? The retail group lodged an application at the end of 2016...
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Australia among top five nations selling on Alibaba’s TMall Global

Australia has booked a spot in the top five countries selling products into China through TMall Global in 2016, but the Alibaba-owned online retail...
David Jones expands private label suite, but what will happen to smaller suppliers?

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Dick Smith collapse continues to hit David Jones’ sales

Sales at David Jones took a hit in the lead up to Christmas due to the collapse of electronics retailer Dick Smith and the...
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Are you worried about Facebook Marketplace? Four tips to stay competitive in e-commerce

The advent of Facebook Marketplace probably didn't have too many business owners sweating. The social media integrated eBay-like offering was only launched in October...

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Optimism breaks through for 2017 after mixed Christmas retail period led by JB Hi-Fi and Myer

Australian retailers are cautiously optimistic for the year ahead after a festive sales period that delivered big gifts for some, with many brands quick...
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Retailers urged to drop illegal “no refunds” signs this Christmas

Retailers are being warned against displaying unlawful “no refunds” signs in their stores as the Boxing Day sales period approaches. Business law practitioners at LegalVision...
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Melbourne business accuses financial institutions of “playing God” over customer chargeback scams after losing $2000

A small business owner in Melbourne has questioned the role of financial institutions in credit card chargeback scams, as reports emerge of increasing numbers...
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Toys R Us staff accused of reselling Hatchimal toy: When retailers are caught off guard by “on trend” products

Employees at toy retailer Toys R Us staff have been accused of purchasing and reselling a popular Christmas item before the toys hit shelves,...
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How retailers are using artificial intelligence to offer personalised shopping this Christmas

By Rikke Duus, UCL and Mike Cooray, Hult International Business School British consumers are expected to spend £280 ($479) each on gifts over the weeks leading...

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Get ready for 5 million shoppers to hit Australian stores tomorrow

Bricks-and-mortar retailers are warned to be ready for a rush tomorrow, with a Commonwealth Bank survey revealing Saturday December 17 will be the busiest...
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