It’s time for a quick update on US retail news, trends and innovations. There are lots going on from apps and Amazon to e-commerce results and holiday sales projections. So let’s get started. What’s ahead for holiday shopping this year? ...
Today, we’re looking at e-commerce news and innovations in China. iResearch reported 2016 Q2 e-commerce sales reached $167.5 billion in China compared to $131.3 billion in Q2 2015. Mobile sales were an impressive 70.1% of sales. Spending online offshore by Mainland Chinese reached $17.9 ...
Global consumers strongly prefer mobile apps for shopping over mobile websites mostly due to higher engagement, flexible use and social sharing appeal.
Today we're taking a look at business and e-commerce in the UK, the latest news, innovations and what's ahead as Brexit moves forward. A Lloyd's Bank survey showed UK companies reduced investment following the Brexit vote, suggesting a lasting impact on the British economy.
The mobile payments sector is growing and moving fast. 52% of online purchases are now done via mobile device according to Criteo and smartphones influence 84% of millennials' in-store shopping says a report by Alliance Data.
How important are logistics in e-commerce? 87% of online purchase decisions are influenced by delivery time. Logistics matter.
Who's innovating in loyalty and member reward programs around the globe? We profile Shangri-La, Target, Nordstrom, Expedia, Ahold, Togo's Eateries Delta Airlines and Walgreens.
Africa is a diverse and interesting e-commerce market estimated to reach $50 billion by 2018. With huge potential, it's definitely in the early stages of growth. Today, we've got a roundup of the latest news and e-commerce developments on our radar.
We're looking at 10 innovations in US retail to help retailers and marketers keep up with competitors including the big guys like Lowe's, Walmart and Bon-Ton as well as midsize innovators like Dollar General, Meijer and Kroger.
Amazon global update: Internet Retailer takes a look at why Amazon is flush with profits - $1.37 billion in the first six months of 2016. Amazon continues investments in major markets including infrastructure in India, the UK, Germany, Spain and Italy as well as logistics including a new Prime Air jet.