In this week’s Inside Retail Digital Weekly, there’s a spate of changes to Tassie’s capital city, and we look at the myriad of retail developments taking place.
Supermarket’s big box chains continue to struggle.
Stockland centre to officially launch this weekend following $330 million redevelopment.
ACCC to investigate Metcash’s plans to sell three supermarkets to Woolworths.
Shop A Docket to introduce new shorter advertising schedules to retailer receipts.
Harris Farm Markets uses app to target urban dwellers who’ve lost touch with their green thumb.
Woolworths and Coles make top 20 in Deloitte’s global retail rankings.
Woolworths refuses to sign voluntary new supermarket notification code put forward by the ACCC, says Master Grocers Australia.
Despite slowing hardware sales, Metcash’s half year results show growth.
Despite all their promotion, customers still see Aldi as having lower prices than the majors.
Harris Farm Markets has opened one of its largest stores in a new developement at Dee Why, on Sydney’s northern beaches.
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