Catch Group

Catch Group’s paid membership service, which includes free shipping on certain orders for a monthly fee, now includes Kmart and Target stores. Kmart Group, which includes both the traditional retailers, acquired online only Catch Group earlier this year for $230 million in a move it said would bolster its digital

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose Wesfarmers $230 million acquisition of online retailer Catch Group, clearing the way for the deal to close. The competition watchdog began a month-long review of the deal in June, shortly after it was announced, reviewing possible anti-competitive outcomes including impacts on

Wesfarmers Limited is buying online retailer Catch Group for $230 million. The conglomerate announced the deal this morning saying the buy will help build its “data and digital capabilities” and bolster its ecommerce offerings. The deal is still subject to approval by competition regulators, which Wesfarmers said it expects will

Catch Group is expanding its online offering launching an online personal loan product with Now Finance named Catch Personal Loans. The online retailer claims it is “taking aim at the big banks” through the introduction of this new financial product helping customers get the “best possible finance deal to fund

Catch Group has acquired a new 22,000 sqm warehouse located near its current facilities west of Melbourne, which will provide the ecommerce company with the capacity needed for the next five years of expected growth. The new Truganina facility also has a mezzanine flooring adding another 5,000 sqm to the

Co-founder of Catch Group Gabby Leibovich with CEO Nati Harpaz.

A legal stoush has erupted between two of Australia’s biggest ecommerce players over the use of trademarks and domain names. Last Thursday (May 24) Catch Group, which runs catch.com.au, lodged an intellectual property dispute with the federal court, alleging Kogan had violated its “catch” trademarks through domain names and Google

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Australian ecommerce business Catch Group has expanded to New Zealand with the launch of CatchOfTheDay.co.nz. The New Zealand launch is the first in a number of new markets the Group is looking to enter as part of its broader growth strategy, with plans to also extend into South-East Asia. Catch

Ecommerce company Catch Group has announced two new deals in the last week aimed at expanding the the Melbourne company’s business. Last week Catch Group launched Mamamia Shopping, an ecommerce marketplace hosted on the women’s lifestyle publication Mamamia. Today Catch Group has entered the telco business, selling prepaid mobile plans in