Catch of the Day
8:15PM | Monday, 5 August 2013 | Fresh from serving as a project manager for Catch of the Day, Robert McIntosh has this week launched a start-up to deliver monthly gifts, such as flowers, coffee or beer, to people.
11:06PM | Wednesday, 21 November 2012 | Start-up retailers have been urged not to overlook the importance of stress-testing sites, following the crash of the much-hyped Click Frenzy online discount promotion.
7:00AM | Thursday, 12 July 2012 | Daily deals business Catch Of The Day Group has revealed it is to target the mothering niche with a new site, called Mumgo.com.au, after investing in the two founders of Ladybub, which was launched just a few months ago.
4:41PM | Thursday, 19 April 2012 | Niche sites operating in the daily deals space can’t afford to stand still, says the co-founder of daily deal wine site Vinomofo, which has partnered with industry giant Catch Of The Day.
2:37PM | Wednesday, 15 February 2012 | The Asia-Pacific is the second top region for global deals in the internet and technology sector, a new report reveals, with US investors becoming increasingly interested in Australian companies.
9:02PM | Wednesday, 21 September 2011 | Catch of the Day, one of Australia's largest online retailers, has launched a new site completely dedicated to selling non-perishable groceries as the online space branches out into new territory.
6:34PM | Wednesday, 22 June 2011 | James Packer’s $80 million investment in local group buying site Scoopon could affect its legal battle with international rival Groupon, according to the US-based site’s legal counsel.
6:08PM | Friday, 10 June 2011 | Online retail giants DealsDirect and Catch of the Day have both unveiled plans to sell groceries online, with industry experts confirming online supermarkets are gaining traction.
5:07PM | Monday, 23 May 2011 | Daily deals site Catch of the Day and its group-buying subsidiary Scoopon have secured an $80 million investment from a high-profile consortium.
5:11AM | Monday, 23 May 2011 | THE NEWS WRAP: Catch Of The Day, which operates an eponymous eCommerce site as well as group buying site Scoopon, has sold a minority stake to a group of investors.