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  • Aussies go online for luxury
  • Aussies go online for luxury
    Hernán Piñera (2013) ©

Aussies go online for luxury

The luxury market in Australia is now worth $1.1 billion and it's predicted that e-commerce will account for up to 18% of sales by 2025. These big spenders are turning to their iPads to shop; the average luxury basket online jumped from $190 in 2013 to $420 in 2015. What’s making them spend?



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