If you think US e-commerce is competitive, you haven't seen anything like the India e-commerce market. From heavy losses and intense competition to demonetization and the impact of write-downs on valuation, it's a shark tank. Our news roundup takes you inside.
India’s new demonetization policy is disrupting e-commerce and impacting leading online businesses with a wide range of positive and negative effects. Today, we’ve got a roundup of news to provide a valuable perspective and a look at what’s ahead in e-commerce ...
Amazon accounted for 30.9% of all sales from Black Friday to Cyber Monday according to a report from Slice Intelligence. Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy were Black Friday weekend sales winners said Moody's analyst Charlie O'Shea.
Cashback for consumers is still one of the most effective promotional strategies in the marketers' toolbox. We've got an update on the latest cashback programs, companies and how they're wooing consumers to buy.
With total sales of 15.5 million products to more than 100,000 customers, Flipkart claimed to be this year's biggest Festival sales seller. Amazon sold more than 15 million products to come in a close second while Snapdeal said it sold more than 11 million products.
It's time to take a fresh look at Walmart's US retail strategy and what may be driving its international e-commerce moves as well. CNN Money profiled the Indian marketplace and Walmart's Flipkart potential. With the acquisition of Jet.com complete, Walmart is now poised to go head-to-head with Amazon and analysts seem to be warming up to the idea.
The fast-moving Indian e-commerce marketplace heated up considerably with rumors that Walmart is negotiating to invest up to $1 billion in current e-commerce leader Flipkart. While some experts say Amazon is about to surpass Flipkart sales this year, Alibaba also has a small ...
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.
The Indian e-commerce market is a lot like the old wild West. There’s lots of prospecting, the occasional fortune made, lots of gamblers, dried-up grubstakes (VC money) and plenty of failures. Welcome to e-commerce in 2016 in India and we’ve ...
The Indian e-commerce market will reach $38 billion by the end of 2016 up 67%, and it's poised to grow exponentially!