As the ecommerce market grows, and cross-border sales and international expansion become part of many business operations, understanding the importance of domestic celebrations can make a real impact on your business.
Global grocery shoppers want a blend of digital and physical to help with their purchase decisions, according to new research from Nielsen.
According to the latest information in Adven’s Mobile Payments Index mobile ecommerce is on the up again, with the UK leading the way – 44.4 per cent of online payments in the UK during Q1 2015 were made using a mobile device, and two thirds of these were made using a smartphone.
STYLE.COM is become the home of Condé Nast’s new ecommerce business, according to Charles Townsend, CEO of Condé Nast, and Jonathan Newhouse, chairman and chief executive of Condé Nast International, losing its news and style content.
A new JDA study reveals an enormous amount of money, energy and time retailers and consumer goods manufacturers are spending to improve their omnichannel sales capabilities, but only 16 per cent can fulfil demand profitably.
In 2014, UK ad spend hit its highest rate since 2010 as it increased by 5.8per cent to £18.6bn, according to a report released by the Advertising Association and Warcs.
Ecommerce sales already make up nearly 10 per cent of US retail sales, a trend which is expected to accelerate. What happens in the US tends to follow around the world so if you’re planning on building an ecommerce business, now is the time to start.
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Twitter has launched another salvo in the direct messaging wars, announcing that from 20th April brands, and individuals, will be able to direct message anyone on the network.
Poundworld has launched an ecommerce site as it aims to drive European sales, eight months after it scrapped initial plans for an online operation.
It’s an old saw that you never get a second chance to make a first impression, but given the increasing variety of online opportunities, every brand has got to make the most of that chance. And if a brand is planning international expansion, that chance can be the difference between success and failure.