Customers are embracing new delivery options as Australia’s logistics infrastructure struggles to keep up with the unprecedented parcel volumes generated during the COVID-19 shutdowns. The new data comes from courier start-up Sendle, which has partnered with leading Australian parcel collection point network Hubbed, to offer its retail customers a more
Australian courier company Sendle has tightened its relationship with global commerce platform Shopify to provide a fully integrated delivery service for Australian small businesses. The integration means Aussie merchants won’t have to leave the Shopify platform to ship their parcels via Sendle. From Shopify, they can print Sendle labels and
Australians have been forced online by COVID-19, accelerating the pace of digital adoption across the sectors of the economy which are adjusting to a new way of doing business. This is part one in a series examining how Australia’s infrastructure is holding up under unprecedented — and unexpected — demand
Digital maturity varies widely across sectors. Generally, digital leaders have a leg up when it comes to delivering experiences. But other brands will get little sympathy from consumers, who increasingly demand more and benchmark every experience against digital leaders. That is according to Des Cahill, Oracle CX VP and CMO.
Start-up courier service Sendle has raised $20 million in a series b funding led by Federation with Full Circle Venture Capital, Rampersand and Giant Leap returning as investors. Sendle said the cash will be used to begin to exploring international markets and accelerate growth locally, as part of its ongoing