Amazon’s announcement that it will block shipping to Australia from Amazon.com and redirect users to the Oz site has angered the company’s Aussie users.
As the retail sector waits for Amazon to launch its Prime service down under, eBay has today announced the launch of its own membership program, eBay Plus, in Australia.
Amazon is set to open its second Australian fulfilment centre, or distribution warehouse, in the coming months, today announcing its leasing of a 43,000 square metre facility in Moorebank, in Sydney’s south west. The company’s first fulfilment centre is a 24,000 square metre facility in Melbourne’s Dandenong South, launched a few months ahead of retail […]
Aussie businesses registered to sell on Amazon’s Australian Marketplace will be able to access Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) from today.
While one of the obvious advantages of an ecommerce business is having access to a borderless marketplace, for many merchants, the idea of expanding internationally can seem daunting.
Amazon’s Alexa is coming down under complete with Aussie accent, with the company today opening preorders for its Echo smart speakers in preparation for shipping in early February.
Before launching IT operations management platform PagerDuty in 2009, Alex Solomon had earned his street cred as a software engineer for Amazon.
Fresh off raising $33 million Series C round in October, Airtasker is gearing up for a busy Christmas period, today announcing a partnership with Coles to trial a delivery service across 64 Sydney stores.
Catch Group and Lux Group have today announced the swapping of several assets and the creation of a new joint venture in a bid to streamline each of their offerings.
A few months after confirming its plans to set up shop in Australia, Amazon has today announced the opening of a fulfilment centre in Dandenong South.
Working to simplify the process behind creating and initiating voice, email, and SMS communication is Sydney-startup Upwire.
Catch Group has announced that it will be expanding its Catch (no longer ‘of the day’) offering offline, with the introduction of a bricks-and-mortar store.
After months of speculation, Amazon confirmed in a brief statement that it will be launching its retail offering in Australia.
Providing parents an easy way to introduce STEM to their kids, Amazon has launched STEM Club, a monthly subscription box filled with STEM toys.
According to KPMG, 35 percent of online purchases made in Australia and New Zealand were imported, with 25 percent coming from North America and Europe.