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The roving recipe book
Supermarket embeds trolleys with tablets that respond to a customer's nearest products by offering recipes.
Eftpos set to trial mobile
Savings card holders set to step into the twenty-first century as Eftpos calls upon retailers for payments trial.
Neilsen launches ShopperLab
New research lab allows brands and retailers to test concepts before launching instore.
ADVERTORIAL: Feedbox launches in Australia
Customer feedback tool launches to the local market.
Are we pushing too hard?
Stuart Bennie looks at the effectiveness of software-based replenishment systems.
Net zero drug store
US drug store claims to be building the nation's first zero energy retail store.
Shop A Docket shakes things up
Shop A Docket to introduce new shorter advertising schedules to retailer receipts.
Rollercoaster ride isn't over yet
Many retailers will see a light at the end of the tunnel in 2013, but shouldn't hope for a miracle, according to Inside Retail's annual Australian Retail Outlook 2013.
ADVERTORIAL: Making up for lost time
Printing advance to drive efficiencies for Australian retailers.
Credit card surcharges in the spotlight
RBA to give credit card companies the power to force retailers to limit what they can charge consumers to use credit and debit cards.
App for shoppers running low
Got milk? Smartphone app linked to supermarkets will predict if you do or not.
MasterCard trialling PayPal challenger
Credit card company launches payment system targeting online shoppers, with global trials to begin with Australia.
Chain pushes fresh credentials
Harris Farm Markets uses app to target urban dwellers who've lost touch with their green thumb.
Comment sold to buy
Online developers tap into a Facebook retail trend by teaming up with PayPal.
Super social consumers
Research shows social networking engagement is growing fast across eight Asia Pacific markets.
Apple reveals iPad mini
US technology giant unveils smaller version of iPad.
Harnessing the power of digital technology is about more than putting some iPads instore, writes Gary McCartney.
Safe as houses
Arming your retail business against shrinkage has entered the 21st century.
The latest trend in e-commerce has hit Aussie shores, thanks to some innovative retailers giving one particular case study a run for its money.
Woolworths launches 'drive-thru'
Woolworths opens Australian "first" yet Coles has been operating drive-through supermarkets for two years.
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EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Open for business
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Rollercoaster ride isn't over yet
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First impressions can be lasting, and quality VM can say volumes about a retail store before a cu...
The new luxury
Baffled by fashion? French fashion consultant Jean Jacques Picart can simplify it for you.
While some department stores are struggling, Britain's John Lewis is an example of one getting it...
The perfect storm
Retailers will face further pain as the impact of global fast fashion giants entering the Austral...
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