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Woolworths sees higher sales despite Big W, other business’ sales decline

Inside Retail

Woolworths Group saw its sales increase in the first quarter of FY23 despite falling sales in its discount department store Big W and other businesses. Sales loss from its other businesses, which include Woolworths’ investments in Quantium and MyDeal, narrowed to $22 million. The supermarket chain witnessed its sales increase 5.3

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& Other Stories makes its Australia-New Zealand debut 

Inside Retail

H&M has launched its subsidiary & Other Stories in Australia and New Zealand via an exclusive partnership with the online fashion platform The Iconic. The post & Other Stories makes its Australia-New Zealand debut appeared first on Inside Retail.

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Sleepwear startup targets plus-size sector, challenges other brands to think big

Inside Retail

The post Sleepwear startup targets plus-size sector, challenges other brands to think big appeared first on Inside Retail Australia. All garments are versatile and crafted using premium-quality natural fabrics, including cotton, linen, and silks.

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Can Wesfarmers’ OnePass succeed where other membership programs failed?

Inside Retail

Earlier this year, Western Australia-based Wesfarmers announced the relaunch of its OnePass paid membership program, which offers free home delivery and other benefits across almost all of its retail businesses. The other advantage Wesfarmers has is that it is basing its offer on some of the best in the world, according to Cherrier.

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Making Integration Easier with Composable Commerce

Join us as we discuss: Composable commerce’s spread to retail and other domains Inventory and order management in a composable design Benefits of a consistent tech stack In this episode, you’ll hear from an expert in the composable commerce realm, Jason Cottrell, Founder and CEO of Orium.

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Hermes opens a luxury Sydney gym like no other

Inside Retail

The post Hermes opens a luxury Sydney gym like no other appeared first on Inside Retail. The pop-up gym has already been introduced by the luxury fashion brand in Thailand, France, China, Japan, and the US. Fitness class registrations are available and customers can learn more via the Hermes website.

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Why Best Buy, Walmart, other major US retailers are touting health services

Inside Retail

Amazon’s push into healthcare some five years ago has yet to disrupt longstanding industry practices or reap windfalls from its virtual pharmacy and other programs. The post Why Best Buy, Walmart, other major US retailers are touting health services appeared first on Inside Retail.

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The Personalization Playbook: 2024 Strategies

Highlights from the playbook include how to: Score your brand’s personalization against others Use AI to boost personalization Unify your customer data Achieve a curated, scalable tech stack Get internal teams to collaborate on cross-channel experiences

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Planning the Architecture of Your Modular DXP

By laying the groundwork and asking the tough questions, you can create a platform that’s built to last and integrate with other data systems, allowing you to leverage information across teams and build better experiences for customers.

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Deploying High-Performance Headless Commerce Frontends

Watch now to learn how to structure your headless commerce experience to optimize for frontend performance, including what to measure, how to measure it, and the challenges of how to balance performance against other priorities from experts at Vercel and Orium.

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Brick & Mortar Retail Relevance: How to Stay Ahead of the Curve

Speaker: Jay Black, Senior Account Executive

Faced with the digital age and the demands of omnichannel shopping, some retailers are thriving while others are struggling to adapt. Let's set the record straight: in-store retail isn't dead - it's evolving!