A government-backed growth fund has snapped up a stake in a technology-driven start-up focused on last-mile delivery logistics for retailers which allows shoppers to pick up parcels at other locations such as local stores or BP service stations.
New research commissioned by HUBBED has revealed the retail and eCommerce industry is exposing itself to substantial loss in online sales due to a growing divide between consumer delivery expectations and current options.
Our CEO David McLean was recently interviewed on ausbiz regarding our investment from Australian Business Growth Fund (ABGF) and next steps for HUBBED.
We’ve gathered six key ways to reduce the strain for retailers in the lead up to the Christmas season, and how businesses can prepare for another COVID Christmas.
While many bricks and mortar retailers have been hit hard by the pandemic, there are ample opportunities to survive, and thrive, in this new age of ecommerce-driven retail.
According to the survey of 1005 Aussie shoppers, retailers who use collection point networks for customer deliveries are giving participating outlets a major secondary boost when customers go in to collect their parcels.
Returns is often recognised as a rather costly service for retailers, therefore Hubbed is launching Hubbed Returns.
There are three major motivators for Australian shoppers to turn to e-commerce. A new report from HUBBED investigates some of the determining influences for Aussie online shoppers.
HUBBED CEO David McLean was recently featured on Ticker TV to give an overview of what’s instore for HUBBED for the upcoming year.
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