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Heather McIlvaine

Heather McIlvaine

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Deadline looms for Laura Ashley buyers

Potential buyers must provide firm offers by Monday.

Amazon looking to launch Subscribe & Save in Australia

The service could take a bite out of the online grocery sector.

MySale Group warns of revenue dip in peak trading period

Online retailer says GST change proved challenging.

Ksubi launching flagship stores in Australia

Denim label scouting CBD locations in Sydney, Melbourne.

AuMake expanding online in China through JD partnership

Companies creating new omnichannel platform for Australian and New Zealand brands to reach Chinese customers.

ACCC: Google and Facebook are “unavoidable business partners”

Consumer watchdog reports on digital platforms’ impact on advertising.

From the source: Luke Naish, Barbeques Galore

The once-humble barbeque is now an aspirational status symbol.

EXCLUSIVE: Sambag re-launches online only

Samantha Wagner has resurrected her eponymous label.

Suggestion of ending Boxing Day trade in NSW draws ire

ARA calls lawmaker’s comments “prehistoric”.

Shoppers expected to spend less this Christmas, survey finds

Value for money is top of mind for customers this year.

Biggest electronics store in the world goes checkout-free

German electronics retailer follows in Amazon’s footsteps.

After one year on Amazon, three retailers reveal what sales are like

Canningvale, Beacon Lighting and PAS Group weigh in on the e-commerce giant.

Sports Direct CEO proposes online retail tax to save the High Street

British billionaire Mike Ashley has a plan to save bricks-and-mortars.

Independent retailers team up to offset post-sale slump

E-commerce companies promote independent shopping.

From the source: Phil Ryan, City Chic

CEO reveals opportunities and challenges in standalone business.

Laura Ashley in administration once again

History repeats itself for classic English fashion and homewares retailer.

Retail among most supportive of disability employment, but gap remains

Most employers open to idea of hiring people with a disability.

Myer shareholders deliver second strike, board remains

Myer board avoids spill at AGM.

AuMake hosting inaugural trade show for Chinese tourists

Trade show to connect leading brands with Chinese tourists and daigous.

First full-range Victoria’s Secret store draws 1000-person queue

Struggling brand gets a hero’s welcome in Melbourne.

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