Takeaway food delivery drones have been given the go-ahead in China the service will be provided by Ele.me, which is owned by Alibaba, has been given permission by the authorities to deliver takeaways by drone along 17 routes in Shanghai’s Jinshan Industrial Park. Customers will receive their deliveries within 20 minutes of ordering. Ele.me said… Read more »
Predator Nutrition hunts down international opportunities – Case Study British entrepreneur Reggie Johal, created Predator Nutrition in 2009, establishing the business with just £6,000 of personal savings. His aim was simple: to introduce fitness enthusiasts to nutritional products that really work. Johal previously played top-level American football in the UK, and his drive to be… Read more »
Amazon is reportedly planning to launch its own package delivery service for businesses, this move will put it in direct competition with the likes of the United Parcel Service (UPS) and FedEx and more.
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La Sportiva Ecommerce Manager, Francesco Trenti agrees, “Kooomo has helped us increase our brand awareness with site visits growing every month. Compared to the same month last year, organic traffic has increased by over 500% from Germany and 120% from France. Since going live we have already shipped to approximately 50 countries from Sweden to… Read more »
More than two in five people (43 per cent) say they keep less hard cash in their pockets than they did two years ago, according to a new study.
The study by Mastercard found that half of adults in Britain now carry less than £5 in cash in their purses or wallets amid a surge in popularity for online shopping and contactless card payments.
The North’s finest ecommerce talent was celebrated on 22nd September, at the inaugural Northern E-Commerce Awards, held at The Point at Lancashire County Cricket Club.
Online contributed to a continuing recovery in Morrisons’ sales figures in the first quarter of the financial year, according to a statement from the retailer.
Online sales grew by almost 9 per cent in March, even as overall retail spending fell in value, the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics reported this week.
House of Fraser reported its first profit in ten years at £1.3 million, with ecommerce understood to be the driver behind sales growth of 4.5 per cent.
Bing Ads released its Mother’s Day insights, revealing motherly love is now mobile, with over half of Mother’s Day retail searches set to be made from a mobile device.
A major digital tipping point has been reached – with the percentage of UK online retail sales made through mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) exceeding 50 per cent for the first time in Q4 2015/16*.