Who we work with in General Merchandise


We work with a wide range of organisations of all sizes to ensure best practice in the General Merchandise industry across various sectors, including:
 

  • Books / magazines / cards / publishing 
 
  • Luxury goods
  • Consumer electronics
 
  • Music and entertainment 
  • Cosmetics, perfume and toiletries
 
  • Office products
  • Furntiure
 
  • Sports and leisure

 

Australian Gift and Homewares Association

The Australian Gift & Homewares Association (AGHA) provides wholesaler members with the optimum commercial environment in which to succeed - by helping them make money, save money and connect with buyers. The AGHA provides retailer members with critical business knowledge, connections, discounts, advice and global products through Australia’s leading wholesalers, as well as complimentary VIP catering choices at Home & Giving Fairs.

Australian Retailers Association

Since 1903, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) has been the peak industry body representing Australia’s $265 billion retail sector, which employs over 1.2 million people. The ARA ensures retail success by informing, protecting, advocating, educating and saving money for its 5,000 independent and national retail members throughout Australia.

Australian Sporting Goods Association

The Australian Sporting Goods Association (ASGA) was formed in 1981 to act as the peak body representing a broad spectrum of sporting goods and active lifestyle industry participants. This ranges from manufacturers, importers and wholesalers to retailers. ASGA is a leading industry voice on issues impacting the health, trade, regulation and taxation of the sporting and active lifestyle industries.

Australian Toy Association

The Australian Toy Association (ATA) was established in 1977 and throughout the years has shared with their members a common bond: a belief in the value of play and its importance in developing children's creativity, resilience and so much more. By living and breathing this ethos, the ATA has flourished and have been consistently active over the years as an independent, financially strong, well-resourced industry body.

Consumer Electronics Suppliers Association

The Consumer Electronics Suppliers Association (CESA) provides a forum for suppliers of consumer electronics and major appliances. CESA enables suppliers to focus on regulatory, technical and commercial issues that affect the capacity of member companies to supply products in the Australian market.

Council of Textile and Fashion Industries of Australia Limited (TFIA)

The Council of Textile and Fashion Industries of Australia Ltd (TFIA) is an independent, not for profit association that represents the interests of Australia’s textile, clothing and footwear sectors to governments, the Australian public and the global marketplace. TFIA’s mission is to provide leadership, representation and membership services to enable excellence and innovation in local and international markets, with members drawn from across the TCF supply chain.

National Online Retailers Association

The National Online Retailers Association (NORA) is Australia’s newest retail industry collective. To be part of NORA, you could be a retailer, technology enabler, supply chain provider, logistics and fulfillment organisation, payment processing provider, a capital funder or anyone else who has a vested interested in a renaissance of the industry.

National Retail Association

The National Retail Association (NRA) is Australia's largest and most representative retail industry organisation. For almost 100 years, the NRA has represented the interests of the retail, fast food and broader service sector, delivering critical information and advice to thousands of businesses nationally - from the smallest corner store, to the majority of Australia's largest retail chains and franchise groups.