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Vestiaire Collective’s fast-fashion ban: clever or counterproductive?
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Vestiaire Collective’s fast-fashion ban: clever or counterproductive?

Last November, international fashion resale platform Vestiare Collective shocked the apparel industry by banning the trade of ‘fast-fashion’ labels. Welcomed by some commentators, others questioned if the m...
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E-commerce Archives

VTN bets big on the future of wellness being ‘connected and customised’

Sydney Summit celebrates the signing of major wellness innovation brands to the platform for the next 10 years.

Deep dive: What social commerce looks like around the world

Shopping on social media platforms is expected to reach US$1.2 trillion in global sales by 2025. Here's what you need to...

Asos pins hopes on cost savings after Christmas sales slide

Online fashion retailer Asos said US$365 million of cost savings would help drive profits this year after sales fell ove...

Ant Group founder Jack Ma to give up control in key revamp

Ant said its management would no longer serve in the Alibaba Partnership a body that can nominate the majority of the e-...

Startups spring from ashes of Big Tech purge

Fong told Reuters that experience in Big Tech firm gave founders a "strong brand that can be leveraged to meet investors...

Shopping: how retailers are using technology to boost in-store spending

So, whenever you go shopping, expect the physical store to have ever more digital elements which are there to inspire an...

Amazon CEO says job cuts to exceed 18,000 roles

In number, its layoffs now surpass the 11,000 job cuts at Facebook-parent Meta Platforms Inc as well as reductions at ot...

Shopify expands service to target retail giants

The service offers enterprises no rate limits thus allowing brands to integrate their existing systems with Shopify’s mo...

Consolidation and live shopping: Four e-commerce trends to watch in 2023

New Aim's chief strategy officer and co-founder Cecilia Chiu shares her top predictions for online retail in the year ah...

Kogan buys online furniture chain Brosa

Kogan plans to relaunch Brosa with "an expanded range and value" and maintain its brand and website.

Australia’s first citywide digital marketplace debuts – in Adelaide

Delivered by the Adelaide Economic Development Agency through the City of Adelaide, ByADL is an online platform that br...

Too big to be small: Why retailers like Brosa struggle post-Covid

Declining sales following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions – and cash flow pressures after a period of phenomenal gr...

How online growth is driving the closure of Beer Cartel’s bottle shop

Beer Cartel is shuttering its sole physical store and returning its online-only offering. Here, we speak to co-founder R...

Another delivery service bites the dust: YourGrocer shuts down

Now that the cities have opened up and things are returning to normal, the situation seems bleak in the food-delivery sp...

From Line to TikTok: Exploring APAC’s US$1 trillion social commerce market

The APAC region is no stranger to the evolutionary forces of commerce. The rapid digital transformation during the pande...