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    The Warehouse Group is gearing up to launch an e-commerce business selling a range of Australasian brands next month

    The Warehouse Group is gearing up to launch an e-commerce business selling a range of Australasian brands next month


    It's in the final stages of developing an online shopping platform named TheMarket.

    Although the company is tight-lipped on the launch, it's understood the e-commerce only business will sell clothing, homewares, toys, electronics, books, makeup and stationery.

    The range will be similar to that of ASOS or The Iconic, but with a much larger selection.

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