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The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index have revealed that UK online retail sales returned to double digit growth in September following a weak August, recording a 12 per cent increase on the same period last year. The Index has grown 10 per cent during the third quarter of 2015, and as the sector prepares itself for the busy Christmas period, the year-to-date growth also remains at 10 per cent.
Game Digital said a rapidly growing community of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 console owners helped the video games retailer more than double its profits in a year.
M&S is embarking on a new style of customer relationship with its customers through the introduction of SPARKS. Delivery of VIP benefits and account management are enabled through a newly deployed digital hub.
The iconic 140-year-old retailer is to develop a new digital loyalty app using the app commerce platform
Ted Baker reported its latest interim results showing the results of its investment in mobile and ecommerce, with ecommerce sales up 63.3 per cent to £22.9m year on year. Retail sales overall were up just over 20 per cent.
Luxury car dealer AMARI is enabling car buyers browsing online to be taken “in-showroom” – in real-time – for an expert “first-person tour” of its high performance cars, via sales staff using either standard smartphones or a pair of the latest “smart glasses”.
Pinterest is adding three new ecommerce platforms to its buyable pins offering, IBM Commerce, Magento and Bigcommerce.
The latest Ecommerce Club Interactive took place on 29th September, exploring the links between content and commerce and how brands can take advantage of the opportunities that content can bring to ecommerce.
UK consumers are more likely to do their shopping online than any other EU country, with four in five Britons making an ecommerce purchase in 2014.
The National Retail Federation (NRF) is predicting an increase of approximately 4.1 per cent in retail industry sales for 2015, up from 2014’s 3.5 per cent growth. With holiday sales accounting for up to 40 per cent of a retailer’s annual sales, capitalising on growth is top of mind during this lucrative time of year.… Read more »
UPS is dipping its toe in the direct-to-consumer market for manufacturers in the US, through a recent investment in technology startup Ally Commerce.