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Frequent flyer initiatives saved airlines – can loyalty programs save retail?

Inside Retail

Frequent flyer programs infamously saved airlines’ profit margins by driving customer retention and eventually lucrative partnerships with banks. In the current economic downturn, consumers are prioritising retailers which are delivering additional value,” Shelper told Inside Retail.

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Why Innovative Loyalty Card Programs Can Significantly Improve Customer Retention & Engagement

Parcel Pending

Savvy retailers are updating their customer loyalty programs to increase customer satisfaction and ensure customer retention. The lure of loyalty cards remains the same since its inception: it’s more cost efficient to retain an existing customer than it is to acquire a new customer. Parcel Pending.

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Redbubble sales fall despite Covid boosting online shopping

Inside Retail

The group has also registered ‘strong’ overall customer retention during the quarter with 47 per cent of marketplace revenue coming from repeat purchases – the highest level since the company was founded. Operating EBITDA was $4.5

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The $15bn impact: Physical touchpoints drive Australian e-commerce revolution

Inside Retail

The E-commerce Delivery Benchmark Report 2024 – a comprehensive study commissioned by Auctane, ShipStation’s parent company, in collaboration with Retail Economics – surveyed 8000 consumers and more than 800 online sellers across eight markets. Returns – once viewed as a friction point – now emerge as a loyalty catalyst.

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Planning to sell online in the US? Here are some tactics to ensure success

Inside Retail

“You need to really lean into understanding your customer and their value and create personalised experiences that minimise wasteful spending for you as a retailer and that also drive customer retention.” The ease of returns has become a basic expectation among consumers shopping online.

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Naked Wines revenue grows 42 per cent as online booms

Inside Retail

As we continue to grow our market here in Australia, we also continue to grow and push our mission; to disrupt the wine industry through a strong direct-to-consumer model which is for the benefit of all wine drinkers and winemakers,” Kennedy said. “In

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Smarter data: Reach high-propensity shoppers and deliver optimal digital impact

Inside Retail

Shopper behaviours are changing rapidly as consumers grapple with the effects of skyrocketing inflation. So how do you know how, when and where Aussies are shopping and reach the right consumer for optimal digital impact in a sea of brand switching? It’s time to target people, not browsers.