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Jerry Macey

National Manager - Retail Industry ; Executive Manager - Industry Insights

Commonwealth Bank of Australia

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Commonwealth Bank of Australia

48 Martin Place

Sydney, New South Wales,1155

Australia

Company Description

The Commonwealth Bank is Australia's leading provider of integrated financial services, including retail, premium, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, insurance, investment and share-broking. The bank's vision is to excel at s...more

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Jerry Macey, Commonwealth Bank Retail Industry national manager, said the attributing factor to why shoppers continue to shop online is because of trust.


Online sales surging at multi-channel retailers - Stationery News

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They forecasted 24 per cent growth during 2016 compared to actual growth of 32 per cent," Jerry Macey, national manager, retail industry, Commonwealth Bank, said:
"Many retailers are realising the benefits of a true multi-channel strategy to drive traffic both online and in-store. And to maintain their growth, retailers continue to adjust their strategies to adapt to changing market conditions such as the pending arrival of Amazon," he said. "We are seeing the more conventional digital marketing and sales channels like email and mobile apps drop off considerably, as retailers focus on those channels that are not only the most profitable, but can actually improve customer engagement, convenience and foster loyalty. "Only a fraction of retailers are leveraging third party sites as a sales channel currently, and we expect that may change as Amazon's platform rolls out in Australia. Our research shows that 11 per cent of retailers see Amazon's entry as an opportunity and of these businesses, the vast majority (68 per cent) see the potential for new sales channels," Macey said. While a company owned website remains the primary online sales channel for most retailers, 22 per cent are using third party websites to sell products and only seven per cent of Australian retailers are using third party sites as their sole sales channel. "There is significant potential for more retailers to look at third party sites as a viable sales channel, rather than adopting a purely defensive stance," Macey added. For one in three retailers expecting better times ahead, they say changing strategies and business models, and introducing new initiatives, are more important than simply relying on economic growth," Macey said.


Local retailers "unfazed" by entry of Amazon - Stationery News

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"Many Australian retailers remain unprepared for Amazon's arrival, or may be understating the potential impact that Amazon's presence will have in Australia," Jerry Macey, national manager retail, Commonwealth Bank said."This is somewhat concerning when you consider the impact Amazon has had on the US and other very mature retail markets."
Macey said. "The potential for innovation to deliver revenue and productivity gains is evident, but innovation can be equally as important to maintain market share given the imminent arrival of Amazon and ongoing local expansion of other major international retailers," Macey said.


Mobile purchases fuel online sales - NEXTGEN Connect

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Commonwealth Bank national manager of retail, Jerry Macey, said this trend was boosting online retailers' confidence and ability to compete with larger multi-channel retailers - those bricks-and-mortar stores that also have digital sales channels.
"Smaller online retail businesses are quickly achieving greater scale, with almost half now turning over more than a million dollars, and one in five generating revenue in excess of ten million," he said.


www.stationerynews.com.au

"Many Australian retailers remain unprepared for Amazon's arrival, or may be understating the potential impact that Amazon's presence will have in Australia," Jerry Macey, national manager retail, Commonwealth Bank said."This is somewhat concerning when you consider the impact Amazon has had on the US and other very mature retail markets."
Macey said. "The potential for innovation to deliver revenue and productivity gains is evident, but innovation can be equally as important to maintain market share given the imminent arrival of Amazon and ongoing local expansion of other major international retailers," Macey said.


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