Small retailers win in budget

Screen Shot 2015-05-15 at 8.49.20 amIn this issue of Inside Retail PREMIUM, Jared Dickson looks at the budget and what it means for retail businesses, while an Aussie start up founder takes up the reins of an international e-commerce retailer, cementing Australia’s place in the international stage.

A cosmetics queen is planning an expansion, growth is also brewing for a coffee maker in Brisbane and WA, and loyalty is boosting the sales of a book chain.

One menswear retailer has a makeover, while another is opening new concessions, and competition is fierce in online apparel.

We get the latest from Claire Hibbit on week two of the Westfield World Retail Study Tour, and give you a glimpse inside an all natural organic store.

If you have a suggestion for a story or an anonymous tip off for our team, email [email protected] – all suggestions and story tips are received in confidentiality.

If you’re not already an Inside Retail PREMIUM subscriber, view a sample issue here.

If you’d like to receive Inside Retail PREMIUM in your inbox each Friday morning, check out our subscription deals.

For information on obtaining a multiple or corporate subscription, please [email protected] or phone (02) 9901 1800

Comments

Comment Manually

I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inside Retail Polls

How have private-label products impacted your business?
Vote

Twitter

The shock @LiberalAus victory over the weekend could be good news for Australia's retail industry #retail #auspol https://t.co/qFvHayoF2Q

2 days ago

A new initiative, announced by @google at #CopenhagenFashionSummit,will help to understand the environmental impact… https://t.co/VmLrRHHp3p

6 days ago

Rising competition and crude oil prices have impacted @CaltexAustralia net profits in the first quarter of 2019… https://t.co/OE4VaIIReR

2 weeks ago
x

SUBSCRIBE
FREE NEWS BRIEFS Get breaking news delivered