Ecommerce company Catch Group continues to push ahead with its geographic and product expansion, today launching its Catch of the Day platform in New Zealand.
Despite being a millennial in her mid-20s, I rarely buy clothes online. A jacket here, a jumper there, perhaps, but I don’t often go beyond that, usually because the choices are too overwhelming and I’m never convinced that what looks good on the screen will actually look go on me unless I can try it […]
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.
The idea for Speqs and its virtual try on solution came from cofounder Bjorn Russell’s experience playing around with the L’Oreal Makeup Genius app.
Integrated into an online retailer’s website, the To Me Love Me tool will help shoppers find the right fit on their first go.
After months of speculation, Amazon confirmed in a brief statement that it will be launching its retail offering in Australia.
Brosa has gone through MAP, raised $2 million in funding, grown its team to 50 staff members, and announced YoY growth of more than 400 percent.
With providers looking for any edge in the commerce space, end-to-end platform Neto has partnered with delivery startup Sendle, integrating Sendle as the default delivery provider for Australian stores set up through Neto.
Peter Manettas Seafood allows consumers to browse 150 products and place their order through the platform, with next-day delivery around Sydney.
Myer has today announced the launch of a new virtual reality store in partnership with eBay, allowing consumers to browse over 12,000 products through an app and matching headset.
Sydney startup buybye is an ecommerce app that provides customers with an online social shopping store, creating a new shopping experience where retailers are all in the one place
Ever wanted to buy an item from overseas, a specific item from the shelf, or something that’s too overpriced or exclusive to order online, but have no friends there to buy and send it to you? Australians are quite used to this scenario, given that almost everything is cheaper overseas, so Australian startup ShopandBox is helping consumers harness the global market to connect them to those hard to get items.
Ecommerce company Catch Group has announced the launch of Club Catch, an Amazon Prime-style membership for its leading platform CatchoftheDay, that will give members access to discounts, free delivery, and prioritised dispatch for delivery within one to two days.
There are plenty of tech companies that power online stores in the market – like Australia’s BigCommerce and well-known and widely used Shopify. In fact there are a handful of dominant players in the space that are powering the backend of online stores, making it almost impossible for newcomers to compete – unless, of course, their value proposition enhances the experience for a user to the point where they are willing to move and change providers.
Have you ever experienced the headache and veritable wild goose chase of trying to track down your dream dress at an affordable price? How about that time you saved for three months to purchase that to-die-for Michael Kors bag, only to find it sold out when you were ready to purchase?