CouriersPlease is experiencing a sudden spike in online ordering. But it comes at a cost as regular business orders plunge. CEO Mark McGinley isn’t banking on this rise in digital
When it comes to traditional retail, the tide is undoubtedly turning. A competitive landscape has seen in-store sales numbers drop across the country, even forcing big name retailers such as
Heading into the busiest retail period of the year, Australian delivery facilitators are teaming up to ensure Christmas orders are finding their way to the right person – however they want to receive it.
CouriersPlease (CP) has appointed its first-ever process improvement specialist in a move to boost customer experience and standard operating procedures. The newly created role is part of CP’s recently established process excellence team.
Parcel delivery service CouriersPlease (CP) aims to improve franchisee revenues as well as CP Queensland’s operations over the next three to five years.
Three-hour and same-day delivery services are becoming more popular in Australia, but an e-commerce and delivery expert warns they won’t become widespread unless businesses and customers are willing to subsidise some of the cost.
Franchise business CouriersPlease has revealed the future of online shopping may lie in flexible delivery times rather than speed of service.
Franchised courier business CouriersPlease (CP) has taken a new approach to customer service and opened a pop-up stand in Westfield Bondi Junction to meet customer demand as the Christmas rush hots up.
CouriersPlease has appointed a new national ecommerce manager to position the business at the forefront of online retail delivery.
CouriersPlease has announced a strategic partnership with one of its top customers, eCorner, an Australian eCommerce platform that provides services to leading online retailers and organisations such as Weight Watchers Australia, Gadgets 4 Geeks, Translink and the Australian Institute of Sport.