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Square isn't the only option. Here are two solid alternatives small businesses looking to go digital should also consider:
If you have experienced only 3 unplanned outages this year, don’t let Black Friday be your 4th for all of the wrong reasons.
Digital payments provider Square has announced the release of the Square Online Store, which the company claims will provide Australian small business owners with all the tools they need to start or scale their eCommerce business.
Ted’s Cameras has launched a new retail space, Ted’s World of Imaging, in the heart of Sydney.
With both businesses and consumers demanding to purchase products and services this way, the only question now is how quickly every industry adapts.
Customer experience is at the core of digital transformation and customers are becoming increasingly intolerant of brand experiences that don’t align with their needs or expectations.
Consumers today expect an increasingly personalised shopping experience, and that expectation will only continue to increase. AI offers the potential to deliver that personalisation in ways that are currently unachievable.
It’s been over a month since Amazon Australia’s overnight launch on December 5, 2017. Contrary to popular belief, the doomsday talk has not eventuated - Australian retailers still live to tell the tale and those at the forefront of their fields, are embracing Amazon’s entry into the local market and opening their Amazon stores ahead of their competitors.
Square has announced it plans to continue to expand its presence in the Australian market, introducing more products and services to help a wider range of local businesses.
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