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The introduction of Australia’s Open Banking regulations next year could pose a threat to traditional banks by allowing consumers to access their data and move it to new competitors more easily. But trust remains a key issue for insurgents and incumbents alike. According to a survey of more than 2,000

Online marketplaces are booming in Australia, offering brands and sellers an additional channels to reach consumers and share the logistics load. However, not all marketplaces are equal and Australia’s biggest platforms are pitching sellers on their particular strengths. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Marketplaces – such as Amazon,

For Kogan.com, customer experience means turning to digital technologies to reduce cost, so the online retailer can deliver customers the lowest price possible. But customer experience, in practical terms, means different things to different businesses. Speaking at Online Retailer Conference in Sydney yesterday, a spokesperson for Kogan.com noted there’s a

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As Amazon warms up to enter into the crowded healthcare space with the recent announcement to acquire US-based online pharmacy PillPack for nearly $1 billion, the online giant’s business model could be inspired by its Chinese counterpart Alibaba, according to data and analytics company GlobalData. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular

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As a member of the online retailer, The Iconic’s executive team, Anna Lee, is at the forefront driving strategic growth plans and leading over 200 people in her role as the firm’s chief operating officer. Lee recently spoke to Which-50 about successful approaches she has led that allowed her firm

US retail giant Walmart has turned to Microsoft to aid its digital transformation. The two companies unveiled a strategic partnership this week which will give the retailer access to a broad base of Microsoft technology across cloud, AI and IoT over a five year period. Walmart is already using Microsoft

Prime Day was Amazon’s biggest sales period since it launched in Australia in December 2017. The 36-hour event surpassed Boxing Day, making July 16 and 17 the biggest two days of sales for Amazon Australia since opening its retail and marketplace offering almost 9 months ago, the company said. In

Despite the cryptocurrency’s volatile price, Bitcoin infrastructure across Australia is enjoying strong growth.   The number of Bitcoin ATMs in Australia has more than doubled in the past six months bringing the total number of these machines to 46. Until this recent growth, only people in Australia’s larger cities like

Multi Channel Network (MCN) has announced the launch of Smarthub – its new proprietary platform that will facilitate the trading, tracking and reporting of automated bookings for broadcast linear TV. The platform is available to all agency groups across the country, and will provide ease of transaction for bookings across

Amazon Prime

Amazon’s Prime Day kicks off in Australia for the first time today. It’s the latest in a series of global shopping events to infiltrate the local market, boosting traffic and online sales as well as adding new pricing pressures to local retailers. Starting in 2015, Amazon’s artificial holiday began with