Ecommerce

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We’re living in an experience economy. But it’s important to make sure those experiences are shoppable. Adobe has agreed to buy Magento Commerce for US$1.68 billion. The deal plugs a glaring hole in Adobe’s strategy by adding an ecommerce platform to Adobe’s Experience Cloud. It is not the first foray by Adobe

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India is set to overtake Australia as 4th largest online retail market in Asia Pacific in 2019, according to Forrester research. The analysts have updated their outlook for APAC’s ecommerce market with data showing that the region continues to be the largest for online retail sales globally, comprising both the

Premium Australian organic skincare brand Kora Organics has opened a store on Alibaba’s Tmall Global platform. The digital store was opened via a livestreaming event, broadcast from brand founder and international supermodel Miranda Kerr’s home in California. Kora Organics is officially entering China exclusively through Tmall Global, to reach a

Australia is now the third largest importer into China on Alibaba’s Tmall platform, according to a new report from the internet giant. Trailing only Japan and the US, Australia displaced Germany for third spot in 2017 in terms of value of goods sold by international vendors. Tmall is the Alibaba-owned

Open source ecommerce company Magento Commerce is expanding its product capabilities so that merchants can more simply and cost-effectively manage inventory on Amazon directly from their Magento ecommerce store. Merchants will benefit from powerful listing tools that direct product distribution and visibility, provide detailed competitor reporting, and generate pricing recommendations,

Transferring sales to digital commerce channels boosts revenue, according to a Deloitte Access Economics report released today. A five per cent shift of customer purchases to digital channels generates a 3.5 per cent boost to revenue growth, the report said. That revenue boost is one of the reasons organisations are

Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com is opening its first Australian office in Melbourne later this month. Similar to Alibaba which opened an office in Melbourne 12 months ago, JD’s operations will focus on getting Australian businesses to list their products on its online marketplace. It’s an opportunity for local brands, franchisees

Alibaba and Tencent are already well known names in the world of global ecommerce. However the Chinese ecommerce sector is set to have an even more dramatic impact on the global economy as businesses which grew by meeting huge internal demand start to turn their focus outwards. Sign up for

Diversified ecommerce group, Catch Group, said its Catch Marketplace (an extension of Catch.com.au), has reached weekly sales in excess of $1 million and is advancing towards a yearly sales forecast of $100 million per annum. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Launched in June of this year, Catch Marketplace

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Amazon Go and other ‘invisible payment’ technologies, aimed at reducing or removing physical checkouts from the retail experience, will process over $78 billion in transactions by 2022, up from an expected $9.8 billion this year, a new study from Juniper Research has found. The research argues the majority of revenues