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This guy built a $300 million empire in just five years… selling shoes from...

Sean Clark is the founder of Canada’s insanely successful online shoe retailer, Shoes.com. In five short years, Clark has propelled Shoes.com from a one-man start-up...

Google Glass is so last week. Google shoes are the new must-have tech item!...

Imagine if we had smart shoes?! And, I don't mean that pair of 'good shoes' kicking around the back of your closet. You know, the ones your mother always asks you why you don't wear them when you visit her.

If you like shoes, you’re going to love this! [VIDEO]

Shoe store Aldo decided to capitalise on women's love of shoes. In an marketing stunt, Aldo in Israel used a combination of outdoor, Instagram and surprises to delight passersby.

Meet Starlettos, Anthill 2011 Cool Company Award Winner [Micro Business and X-Factor Categories]

Stroll past our august cast of Cool Company finalists and you'll hear a broad range of definitions for "singularly nifty." But only one company -- Starlettos -- can say that, barely 14 months after its launch, its product landed in the glitzy gift bags given to nominees of the Emmy Awards.

Hip! Sneakers made from London Underground seats

Eco-conscious footwear company, Above+Below London, is now selling shoes made from material that once adorned seats on London's transport system. The shoes' leather upper parts are made from discarded wallets and the soles from used car tyres. They are assembled in Portugal in non-sweaty shop conditions.
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How to build a retail empire with James Webber [FREE REPORT]

Starting any new business is hard, but starting an online retail business is particularly hard. You see, this is one industry that combines technology, logistics and, of course, marketing – it’s a juggling act. To help us crack this hard nut, we sought the wisdom James Webber, CEO at Bookworld.


New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...