Coles Group

Coles Group Limited (formerly Coles Myer Limited) was an Australian public company that operated numerous retail chains. It was Australia's second-largest retailer, behind Woolworths Limited. It was acquired by Western Australian public company Wesfarmers, with transfer of ownership on 23 November 2007.

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Coles Group - Businesses - Other Brands
... On 15 April 2009 Coles sold the Pharmacy Direct business it had acquired in August 2006 to RX Direct Pty Ltd (a company owned by the Pharmacist Members of the ... pharmacies within supermarkets, Coles had acquired Pharmacy Direct in 2006 to establish a presence in this market ... Coles Group was a partner with National Australia Bank in Loyalty Pacific, which operated the flybuys loyalty program until Coles purchased 100% of the program in 2011 ...
Dell - Commercial Aspects - Retail - Elsewhere
... Dell reached an agreement with office supply chain, Officeworks (part of Coles Group), to stock a few modified models in the Inspiron desktop and notebook range ... market with its partnership with Harris Technology (another part of Coles Group) in November of the same year ... stores throughout Australia and New Zealand in May 2009 (1 year since Officeworks — owned by Coles Group — reached a deal) ...
BI-LO (Australia) - Coles Conversion
... In 2006, Coles Group announced its plan to re-brand all Coles Group businesses (excluding Target and Officeworks) under the Coles name ... BI-LO supermarkets were to be converted to Coles supermarkets, with others changing to other Coles Group businesses ... Coles planned to keep many BI-LO lines in its converted stores, with Coles various home brands replacing some but not all of the BI-LO brand lines ...

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