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Heather McIlvaine

Heather McIlvaine

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David Jones publishes supplier list ahead of Fashion Revolution Week

Department store backs growing sustainability trend.

Newsagents and lottery retailers to benefit from merger

Two industry bodies have merged into a single, national association.

Mecca hits 100-store milestone with Adelaide flagship

Customers queued for 15 hours to be the first to enter.

Spell: Social media is about more than appearing in your customers’ newsfeeds

Retailers question Lush’s decision to social accounts.

March delivers biggest month in Winning’s 113-year history

Appliances retailer says sales were up 42 per cent year on year.

Shoppers warming to Woolies: UBS

Consumer perception of Woolies improves across five key metrics.

Fashion brands improve supply chains ahead of modern slavery reporting

Cotton On, Country Road among top-scorers in annual report.

Inside Bunnings’ business-as-usual e-commerce launch

Selling online seems to be no big deal for the hardware giant.

Amazon’s advertising products are now available in Australia

E-commerce giant launches another key part of its business in Australia.

Cotton On launches curve range

Fast fashion retailer debuts new collection for sizes 16 to 24.

Labor pledges to restore penalty rates in Budget response

Bill Shorten makes divisive promise in Budget response.

RFG back to square one in asset sale process

Talks to sell Donut King and its QSR division have fallen through.

Retail sales rise in February

ABS figures suggest consumer confidence has returned.

Ikea to open first small-format store in Sydney in May

Furniture giant to provide immersive shopping in city centres.

Banks make progress on tap-and-go, but least-cost routing still eludes them

More retailers can now choose how to process contactless payments.

Retail Food Group’s potential review waived by banks

Struggling franchisor gets reprieve.

From the source: Emma Mortimer, The Outnet

Net-A-Porter alum and modest fashion expert talks growth of luxury.

H&M beats expectations, says turnaround strategy working

Fast fashion giant posts Q1 results.

Administrators back Napoleon Perdis rescue by China expert and retail exec

Kuba, a private investment company, has put forward a DOCA to take over the makeup brand.

Chemist Warehouse reaches agreement with union, ending strike

DC workers will be paid up to 22.5 per cent more over the next four years.

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