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Amazon’s Prime Day kicks off in Australia for the first time today. It’s the latest in a series of global shopping events to infiltrate the local market, boosting traffic and online sales as well as adding new pricing pressures to local retailers. Starting in 2015, Amazon’s artificial holiday began with

Neglecting brand to focus on short term outcomes like sales will hurt revenue over time, according to new research from Deloitte. That view is shared by Tourism Australia CMO, Lisa Ronson. “You can’t have a robust sales outcome without a strong brand, it just doesn’t happen,” Ronson said. “Consumers need

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are variously portrayed as the future of our workplaces or the death of employment as we know it. Somewhere between those two extremes lies the reality. These emerging technologies will be core parts not just of technology strategies, but of how we deliver services

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As a member of the online retailer, The Iconic’s executive team, Anna Lee, is at the forefront driving strategic growth plans and leading over 200 people in her role as the firm’s chief operating officer. Lee recently spoke to Which-50 about successful approaches she has led that allowed her firm


US retail giant Walmart has turned to Microsoft to aid its digital transformation. The two companies unveiled a strategic partnership this week which will give the retailer access to a broad base of Microsoft technology across cloud, AI and IoT over a five year period. Walmart is already using Microsoft



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