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.

Broken piggy bank, bank, disruption

There are few other industries outside of banking with a more drastic need to transform to ensure their long-term survival. That’s the view of the analysts at IDC, which at the same time acknowledge the industry is faced with a sizeable IT challenge, ironically caused by being early adopters of

appointment, job, network,

Will Griffith has left Oracle to become the new Managing Director of Marketo, ANZ. Griffith joins the marketing automation company from Oracle Marketing Cloud, where he was most recently Head of Sales and Go-to-Market Strategy for APAC. He takes over from Bill Binch, who was appointed ANZ managing director in

Uber is being sued by Fetch Media, the mobile ad agency it launched legal action against last September for failing to prevent ad fraud. Now the Dentsu-owned agency is demanding Uber cough up $19.7 million for unpaid invoices, arguing that its contract didn’t require it to police or prevent ad

Australia Post, parcel, delivery, Christmas

Online shoppers kept Australia’s posties busy in December with Australia Post recording the biggest month in its 209 year history. Throughout December AusPost delivered 37 million parcels, that’s 20 per cent more deliveries per day compared to last year. In the week before Christmas 11 million parcels were delivered by

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has raised concerns over retargeting company Criteo’s commitment to consumer privacy and its inclusion in the Acceptable Ads initiative. In a post published on December 22, the advocacy group details Criteo’s attempts to overcome Apple’s decision to block third-party cookies on its Safari browser — which

Blackberry and Chinese internet giant Baidu have agreed to work together on the development of connected and autonomous vehicle software for automotive OEMs and suppliers worldwide. Which-50 reported in December the two companies were in ongoing discussions to collaborate on the development of software components for driverless cars. Sign up

Amazon's Seattle Campus

Amazon shipped more than 5 billion items to its Prime members around the world in 2017. Although it doesn’t disclose the exact number, Amazon said it added more new Prime members last year than ever before. According to a press release from the Seattle giant, more than four million people

Amazon, Prime

2017 was the year Amazon officially kicked off its retail operations in Australia, finally putting boots on the ground to fulfill online orders of its own products and third-party products sold via is brand new Australian marketplace. While any news of Amazon’s impending launch gave our traffic a significant boost,

Which-50 covers a diverse range of stories with the aim of bringing practitioners insights from the entire digital ecosystem. This breadth of coverage is reflected in the two lists below, our most read articles and our most shared articles for 2017. In-depth coverage of specialist topics dominated our most popular

Construction concept, idea, data

WA-based Telethon Kids Institute is using big data and analytics to provide the empirical evidence to inform policy and planning changes. The not for profit, which aims to protect and improve the lives of children, analyses large government and administrative to provide insights to agencies to enable more efficient and