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Taking a homegrown brand international: The Koh story

Three years ago, two dads from Bondi decided to create an all-in-one cleaning system for Australian homes. Since then their online business, Koh, has earned a loyal fan base on social media and is now building its international market.

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Seed & Sprout: Turning a lunchbox dilemma into a sustainability sensation

What do you do when you can’t find a lunch box that abides by the no-disposables policy at your child’s school? Sophie Kovic designed her own.

Hijab-wearers find the right fit with Jamela Boutique

A futile hunt for a hat that fit over her hijab convinced Seher Istar that she needed to take matters into her own hands. Jamela Boutique has now found a legion of fans across Australia.

How Beard & Blade found its edge with free returns

Beard & Blade co-owners, Michael Muscat and Ben Chidiac, explain how introducing free returns has helped them create seamless customer experiences and fuel rapid business growth.

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International expansion props up profits for Graceland Designs

Expanding to international markets has proven lucrative for Graceland Designs, a home-based business that ships innovative photography props from Sydney to professional photographers around the world.

DreamyMoons: Growing internationally with MyPost Business

Three years ago Annie Tarasova launched DreamyMoons, a business encouraging people to manifest their dreams through her illustrations. Today her artwork has found their way into the homes of people all over the world.

Expanding to NZ: Lessons from three Australian businesses

A shared language, similar cultures and close Trans-Tasman relations make it easy for Australia businesses to ship to NZ. Three businesses share their experience.

Looking for new ways to grow your market share?

Read our Inside Australian Online Shopping Report 2019 for insights into consumers’ online shopping behaviour and to understand how technology has influenced the shopping habits of Australians.

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How to plan ahead of big online sales events

In preparation for an even longer lead up to Christmas this year and potentially higher sales volumes than ever seen before, hear how beauty brand frank body gets the planning process started early.

4 ways small online retailers prepare for peak sales season

When it comes to preparing for a spike in sales volumes, beauty brand frank body starts planning early, with a focus on: inventory, fulfilment, warehousing and delivery.

Sustainability in eCommerce: How Australian businesses are doing their part

Consumers are increasingly conscious of how their online shopping habits impact the environment and are starting to seek out retailers with sustainable business practices. Here’s how Australian businesses are leading the charge.

eCommerce success stories – tips from Australian businesses

Milton Ashby: Crafting an alternative to mass-produced toys

Shannon Ley was searching for high quality toys to gift to friends’ children. When he came up empty-handed, he decided to produce them himself.

Paperlust: Setting a benchmark for stationery design in Australia

The clever idea of connecting designers and customers has taken Paperlust from garage-sized operation to market-leading multi-million-dollar business in just four years.

The underwear company that stays true to its Aussie roots

Rob Rand has never been a fan of boring undies. When he couldn't find briefs he liked, he created his own cheeky designs and launched an underwear subscription company.

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