Amazon has launched its one-hour delivery service, Prime Now, for select areas of London and said it expects to expand the program to additional cities in the United Kingdom by the end of 2015. It will offer one-hour delivery on over ten thousand items through a mobile app. For an extra fee of £6.99, Amazon Prime members can have… Read more »
Ecommerce transactions in Turkey are up 35 percent in 2014 from the previous year, reaching a volume of 18.9 billion Turkish liras ($7 billion), according to Turkey’s Istanbul-based Informatics Industry Association, or TUBISAD.
The latest research on email frequency optimisation suggest that marketers can send more messages without suppressing response, but not necessarily to users primary accounts.
Omnichannel personalisation is the wave of the future: multi-channel customers can mean significantly higher value than single channel, but effective service is about more than presence – it’s about convenience, relevance and timeliness. The value of a multi-channel customer is often 5 times that of a single channel customer! 60 per cent of US consumers… Read more »
According to reports, the Alibaba Group has added 11 new countries to Tmall Global, its third party retail site.
Tesco’s UK like-for-like sales fell by 1.3 per cent in the three months to 30 May, according to its latest trading statement.
IKEA is to trial a new format store in Norwich, an area where it has yet to build a presence, with an order and collection point that it says will improve the service it offers Norfolk customers.
In a huge turnaround for the industry, China has confirmed that from now on foreign companies will be allowed to have full ownership of ecommerce business.
The Ecommerce Club team came together with some of the most interesting retailers currently on the scene to explore the ways in which personalisation can increase sales and marketing ROI. By collecting the right data from customers and really understanding how they behave, you can create real time targeted campaigns specific to the individual shopper,… Read more »
According to Google’s Consumer Barometer, the UK is one of the most connected countries in the world.
A joint research project by Alibaba and consultancy firm Accenture has predicted global cross-border ecommerce retail transactions are expected to hit US$994 billion by 2020, with China’s ecommerce market to grow ten-fold.
Shoe Zone has seen a fall in its first half sales and profit after the value footwear retailer closed some of its loss-making stores.