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Australia Post delivers 52 million parcels over Christmas period

Inside Retail

Australia Post managed to deliver 52 million parcels through December last year despite high parcel volumes all through October and November.

5 ways to increase ecommerce revenue

Retail Dive

Read on for 5 ways to increase eCommerce revenue, from offering alternative payment methods to enabling fraud detention and offering promo codes

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Dusk sales drop as stores closed, but online growth cushions the blow

Inside Retail

Australian specialty retailer Dusk, has reported poor sales based on unaudited management accounts for the first half of the financial year. In a trading update, the company said sales fell 12 per cent to $80 million compared to $90.9 million in the first half of FY21 and $59.6

International Day of Education: How Cisco Networking Academy is empowering people worldwide with career possibilities

Cisco CSR

For the fourth UNESCO International Day of Education , the theme “Changing Course, Transforming Education” addresses three main issues: Our relationships with each other; with nature; and with technology.

Sustainability at Retail

As part of a global Sustainability at Retail initiative, Shop! worked collaboratively with its global affiliates to address critical environmental issues, outlined in this white paper.

The bold and the virtual: Beauty trends for 2022

Inside Retail

The beauty industry had quite the rebound last year. After mask mandates put a screeching halt to makeup sales, other sectors, like comforting fragrances and skincare to battle mask-related acne, kept the industry alive in the pandemic.

Sustainable Fashion: The beginning of the end for limitless ordering?

Retail Insider

Welcome to the latest column within our broader sustainability section, which focuses on what fashion retailing is doing to address the issues in its industry. This month’s column asks if rationing how much your customers can buy could ever be a good idea.

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Meijer expands third supplier diversity event

Mass Relators

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Meijer is expanding its third Supplier Diversity event to include diverse-owned service providers, as well as retail-ready products for its shelves.

How wholesaler Foodbomb is taking its suppliers direct-to-consumer

Inside Retail

Launched in 2017, wholesale platform Foodbomb connects restaurants and cafes with a marketplace of around 160 suppliers, simplifying the ordering process.

Wilson Sporting Goods Opens New York City Flagship

VMS

Wilson Sporting Goods (Chicago) is continuing its expansion into physical retail with the opening of its first flagship store, a 6400-square-foot space located in New York City’s SoHo district. The flagship’s main attraction is the Thomas E.

Four ways workplace uniforms improve business – even during Covid

Inside Retail

As the reality of the major changes from the last two year sinks in, it is time to shift our attention back to our team, brand, and company cohesiveness. It is important that we spend some time thinking about how the outside world is perceiving our messaging and culture, even in times like now.

Everything you need to know about Amazon’s first physical clothing store

Inside Retail

It’s official: Amazon is opening a physical clothing store. The e-commerce pioneer shared details of its new bricks-and-mortar concept, called Amazon Style, in a company blog post last week.