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Welcome to Power Retail Sparks, a roundup of the global e-commerce news that happened this week. We will update the news stories as they happen. Stay tuned.
Australian retailers and customers are well equipped to face the changing face of retail. In order to stay up to date though, Aussies may need to jump on the Chinese payment train.
The Chinese e-commerce market has become a prevalent player for retailers on a global scale. With brands like Chemist Warehouse jumping on the bandwagon, it could be a great time to get ahead of the...
E-Commerce in China is one of the largest categories across the globe. From Alibaba Group's booming dominance over the industry and social media shopping becoming the leading way customers shop online, there's plenty that Aussie...
In the wake of Alibaba CEO, Jack Ma, formally leaving his role in the multi-billion dollar business, there are a few lessons all retailers can take away.
Alipay is partnering with the City of Melbourne to create a new mobile tool, aimed to support the city's retail, hospitality and small businesses. Melbourne City Card also aims to connect the businesses with the...
Analysts are concerned that weaker performance in the Chinese market could impact the bottom-line of some of the world’s biggest retail brands, both online and off.
Pharmacy 4 Less has reportedly signed a deal with JD.Com’s e-commerce business to expand its existing cross-border operations.
The e-commerce platform has partnered with luxury goods holding company, Richemont, to set up new online stores and mobile apps in Net-A-Porter’s luxury format on Alibaba’s Tmall.