Customers will be able to split eligible purchases from $50 to $1,500 over four equal, interest-free instalments.
Ecommerce is increasingly becoming a vital component of business strategy in Australia. In today’s digital age competition not only comes from local businesses but global websites as well.
Research jointly conducted by Google, Salmat and the Australian Centre for Retail Studies (ACRS) shows that online retailing will explode with growth this year as consumers demand multichannel sales points. Online and mobile-accessible sales channels will be the growth areas for businesses.
Queensland based florist, Brisbane City Blooms, has today claimed they are Australia’s first and only florist with an online store built for iPhone users. Developed by enflexion, an Australian interactive design firm, the Brisbane City Blooms iPhone interface was created off the back of Flower Store In a Box, a dedicated e-commerce shopfront designed for… Continue reading Flower Store In a Box first iPhone florist
As large and small retailers alike brace themselves for the impact of the financial downturn, some are finding unexpected success through their internet strategy. In the lead up to Christmas last year, online traffic nearly doubled over the previous year as customers carried out research, sourced suppliers and made purchases online. Traffic to pricing comparison… Continue reading Retailers beat the recession by harnessing the web