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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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.
The importance of the pop-up store is rolling out into the digital space, with news that from April 15th Chanel will be launching a pop-up digital store on Net-a-Porter.com, making the brands products available online for the first time
The Office for National Statistics has pointed out a growing numbers of UK shoppers purchasing from the EU, with the proportion of UK adults buying from sellers from other EU countries is estimated to have increased from 12 per cent in 2008 to 23 per cent in 2014.
According to the latest research from the Internet Advertising Bureau UK (IAB), 10 per cent of the UK’s top brands are still running mobile display advertising across non-optimised sites.
In a year that’s seen e-commerce upstarts like V-Files bring young designers to the forefront, and Farfetch become a rare fashion retail ‘unicorn’ after being valued at $1 billion, commentators have been waiting for a shake up amongst the industry’s biggest players. That shake-up came when Richemont SA confirmed it will merge Net-a-Porter with Italian rival Yoox SpA.
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The Ecommerce Club is holding its first seminar for brands on 28th April, exploring the Single Customer View and how it can improve your ecommerce service.
China’s leading ecommerce platform, Alibaba, is understood to have invested $200m (out of a funding round of $500m) for a stake in Snapchat. There are a number of things this deal could herald, both for Snapchat and for Alibaba.