Going global.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Amazon may be set to launch in Australia but it seems it's now got a little more competition.

Catch of the Day has rebranded to Catch. Ten years since its launch, the deal-a-day site has announced it's becoming a marketplace for sellers, in a bid to rival Amazon.

The expansion has seen around 300 new sellers join the site, including local labels Jaggad, Wrangler, Windsor Smith and Aquila among global players Nike, adidas and CK Underwear. It gets bigger. Catch is set to offer two million products, including fashion, technology, beauty and wine, in addition to furniture, books and outdoor products.

“Having gone from one deal a day to a large permanent catalogue of deals, the rebrand signifies our change and growth over the years, and will help position us as a one-stop shopping destination,” said Catch Group CEO, Nati Harpaz.


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