Melbourne-based online furniture retailer Brosa has announced the closing of a $5 million Series B round, with funding coming from existing backer AirTree Ventures, BMY Group, and Bailador Technology Investments.
Norbit creates branded loyalty apps for shopping centres, allowing customers to earn points and prizes from shopping in store.
Sitting behind fintech startups, the expected champion in NSW amongst all the industry segments, are health and biotechs.
In this episode of Startup meet Corporate we explore innovation in the retail sector.
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.
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.
Brauz has closed a $2.25 million seed funding round, which will be used to help accelerate the expansion of the startup’s curated marketplace.
After months of speculation, Amazon confirmed in a brief statement that it will be launching its retail offering in Australia.
Catch Group has announced today its acquisition of troubled trans-Tasman childrenswear retailer Pumpkin Patch, with its focus on reviving the brand online.
POSMusic serves licensed songs though an app and desktop service for retailers, providing analytical tools, custom-made playlists and Spotify integration.
Westpac-backed VC fund Reinventure has today announced its seed investment in Melbourne-based payment middleware platform Doshii.
Lighthouse.io uses Bluetooth beacons to detect an employees location and track their whereabouts via an online cloud management platform.
Smartbeat has created a WiFi device and connected marketing platform to help SMBs capture data about visitors and then conduct targeted marketing to get them coming back more often.
Fashiontech startup Mon Purse has today announced its expansion into the UK, coming through a concession partnership with department store Selfridges.
Melbourne startup Openpay has dipped into other verticals and expanded the payment solution into the automotive, homeware and healthcare sectors.