Inside Retail – Australian Retail Outlook 2017
2016 saw the demise of some Australian iconic brands such as Dick Smith, Laura Ashley and Payless Shoes whilst other brands thrived and continue to succeed. With the arrival of the international retailer Amazon on Australian soil, Australian businesses have the opportunity to reassess their business model and service offerings.

Read the latest Australian Retail Outlook

In conjunction with Octomedia, publisher of Inside Retail, our Australian Retail Outlook 2017 is now available. Sign up here to download your free copy.

Read about:

  • Retail predictions for 2017
  • Results from Inside Retail’s latest reader survey
  • Executive perspectives from Terry White Group, Super Retail Group, Asian Restaurant Concepts, Lush, Oxfam Australia trading and Disrupt Sports
  • Expert forecasts from Michael Page, Retail Doctor Group, NORA, Deloitte, GFK, IbisWorld, Savills, Mima Design, CBRE and Neto

This edition also features a number of contributions from Azurium’s team of experts:

  • 2016 Scorecard: Winners and losers | page 38
    A look back at the winners and losers of 2016 and predict the big trends of 2017.
  • Trending in 2017: Food retail and the last mile | page 42
  • Economic update: Uncertain times | page 50
    The retail sector remains tough as the gears shift in a sluggish Australian economy.
  • Delivering the 'magic' | page 52
    Intelligent machines are ushering in the era of “predictive commerce”, which will put retailers one step ahead of their customers - but in a beneficial way for all concerned.
  • Looking into the future | page 56
    To survive and thrive, shopping centres will need to embrace new technology, adapt to consumer behaviour and differentiate.
  • Nothing changes, if nothing changes | page 56
    With the constant and ever-growing threat of disruption, it is vital to formulate a retail strategy that puts the customer first. It starts with a vision and a mission for success.

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About Azurium

Azurium is a boutique advisory and consulting firm owned by Ferrier Hodgson, one of Australasia’s leading independent corporate restructuring and advisory firms operating across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.


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