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Heather McIlvaine

Heather McIlvaine

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Calvin Klein owner launches offer to buy Gazal Corporation

Calvin Klein owner looking to take greater control of brands in Australia.

Amazon expands delivery options, targets uni students

E-commerce giant expands offering in Australia.

“No lazy retailing” drives record half-year profit for Accent Group

The retailer has increased its outlook for the second half.

Typos, bad writing killing conversion

New research reveals some surprising causes of cart abandonment.

From the source: John Charlton, Spend-less Shoes

Spend-less Shoes says there are lots of different ways to keep on selling shoes.

Lululemon launches new paid parental leave policy

Retailer offers attractive benefits in bid to retail talent.

Vicinity posts interim results, appoints Westfield exec as new COO

Peter Huddle has 18 years’ experience with Westfield in the US.

Retailers are selling sustainability, but are customers buying?

A new survey casts doubt on whether customers prefer sustainable brands.

The Iconic, Showpo top list of online fashion brands

The ranking compared Aussie and British retailers selling Down Under.

Beer Cartel looks to replicate advent calendar success with “brewquets”

Retailers adapt as more women buy Valentine’s gifts for men.

Delivery companies seek to keep pace with e-commerce growth

Parcel locker company is betting big on e-commerce.

A year of two halves for world’s top retailers

Wesfarmers, Woolies, JB Hi-Fi among the biggest 250 retailers in the world.

From the source: Martin Matthews, Brand Collective

Brand Collective’s wide range of iconic labels is finding success in some unexpected places.

Yum! Brands’ new stores drive strong full-year results

Restaurant group reports new store openings and same-store sales growth.

Ed Harry closing down for good

Lack of interest from the market leaves menswear retailer no choice but to close.

From the source: Marnie Goding, Elk

Elk has created elegant fashion while maintaining the highest ethical standards.

Highly selective shoppers driving discrepancy in centre performance

Investors encouraged by positive signs of a spending rebound.

Proposed laws to lower power prices face opposition

Submissions warn the laws will have unintended consequences.

Walmart withdraws from Google shopping service

Google has lost one of the headline retail partners of its Shopping Actions program.

Victoria, NSW the best place to be for retailers

Population growth drives retail spending in the top two economies.

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