Tess Bennett

Tess Bennett

Tess Bennett is the editor of Which-50 and is responsible for leading the publication’s daily coverage of Australia's digital businesses for C-Suite executives, strategists, founders and directors. As the former editor of Internet Retailing Australia and journalist for Inside Retail, Tess has five years experience covering retail and ecommerce. At Which-50 Tess reports on a broad range of topics including technology, the industrial internet, analytics and digital marketing.

Aligning technology and business strategy helped News Corp transform its sales processes, according to the publisher’s technology chief.   Speaking at Salesforce’s World Tour event in Sydney last week, Dominic Hatfield, CIO of News Corp, said it was vital technology and business work together to identify a goal and design

Which-50 is launching an awards program to recognise digital leaders who are driving genuine change in their business to make customer experiences simple, fast and easy Simple. Fast. Easy. These three words were selected as the theme for the awards as they encapsulate the way a user experiences a brand,

On International Women’s Day, Which-50 takes stock of how its own coverage stacks up. News organisations are increasing the amount of women they write about, not because it’s the right thing to do but because it delivers a better product for readers. It also expands their audience, making them more

For The Economist, podcasts serve the dual purpose of helping attract and retain subscribers, while the audio advertising pays enough to cover the production costs. Like many global business publications, in recent years The Economist has shifted away from a reliance on advertising to growing subscription revenue. It also recently

Taboola has expanded its content recommendation network well beyond the widget at the bottom of a publishers’ articles that suggests reading content from elsewhere on the web. It’s next focus is delivering native content to more smartphones and their lockscreens. The 11-year-old Israeli company, which is now headquarter in New

Advertising across digital audio platforms is maturing, with media buyers regularly placing ads in streaming services, experimenting with dynamic creative formats and beginning to embrace podcasts. 87 per cent of media buyers used ads within streaming services in 2018 according to IAB Audio Advertising State of the Nation Report which

Around the globe, retail and technology giants are investing heavily in unmanned stores and automated warehouses, fuelling a wave of industry transformation that could potentially drive dramatic changes down under. The level of automation across Australian retailers lags behind the rest of the world. But with big players like Woolies

A fundamental change in banking has occurred in a relatively short period of time: power has shifted from large financial institutions to consumers. In response, banks need to rethink how they serve their customers. That’s the view of Marnie Baker, managing director, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank.    Sign up for

Enterprise software company Zoho Corporation is opening an Australian office, hiring a full go-to-market team and launching cloud data centres in Sydney and Melbourne to accelerate its growth in the region. Located in Byron Bay, NSW the office will support Zoho’s existing customers and raise the brand’s profile in Australia.

The boys club is as entrenched as ever. Companies with all-female founders attracted less than three per cent of Australia’s venture funding last year. That compares to over 60 per cent for companies with all-male founders. What gives? On panels, in the media and inside accelerator programs, female founders are