AUSTRALIA: B2C Backlash Keeps Remo Off The Web
Sydney's REMO General Store is one of Australia's most fashionable stores. However, Remo Giuffre, founder of the popular store, is not enjoying the same success with his business-to-consumer (B2C) venture, REMOGeneralStore.com. Mr Giuffre said earlier this week that the retailer was unable to get funding for the REMO website, and blamed venture capital firms' lack of interest in business-to-consumer sites. REMOGeneral Store.com has the small capital requirement of A$9m ($4.7m)and a low-cost business model.
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