Sydney businesses are reeling after Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced stay-at-home orders that will be in place until midnight Friday, 9 July.
There have been plenty of reports regarding the latest Black Friday sales breaking shopping records… However, this is not at physical stores, it’s online purchasing that continues to rise. So, how can retailers boost their physical in-store visits? Smart in-store analytics are helping retailers better understand customer counts and dwell times at their bricks-and-mortar sites, so… Continue reading Boosting traffic and sales in-store – not just online
Retailer falls into administration.
Retailers are finally moving beyond the distinction of physical and e-commerce operations.
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The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) has expressed its dismay at the Victorian Government’s decision to introduce two new public holidays for the state. The public holidays on Grand Final Day and Easter Sunday will increase Victoria’s public holidays to 13 per year. The ARA have said many retailers will be forced to close their doors… Continue reading Australian Retailers Association dismayed at new public holidays for Victoria
Technology is levelling the playing field for small business. Access to world-leading systems is no longer just for large companies with big budgets. Today small businesses including retailers can easily arm themselves with intuitive, bleeding-edge tools to compete with the Goliaths in their industry. This is all thanks to the cloud. Cloud-based services are having… Continue reading How small retailers can take on the big guys and win
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has proposed to grant reauthorisation of a revised Solar Retailer Code of Conduct for five years. The Clean Energy Council’s Code is a voluntary system that solar retailers can sign up to with the aim of meeting best practice standards for consumers and the industry. ACCC Deputy Chair… Continue reading Revised code of conduct for solar retailers
Minister for Small Business Bruce Billson has introduced the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct, launched to safeguard commercial dealings between Australian retailers, wholesalers and suppliers.