New Forrester report shows mobile devices drove $2 trillion in off-line retail sales in 2016. Mobile shopping could reach $152 billion (24% of online retail sales) in the US by 2021.
Today, we’ve got a news roundup on the India e-commerce scene. It’s fast, furious and ultra competitive and we’ll help you get a grip on it. The biggest news is Microsoft’s cloud services deal with e-commerce leader Flipkart. It’s a ...
We cover who's making mobile retail news in every segment from fashion, fast food and fast mobile retail trucks to fake apps, free mobile payment apps in India and frustrated mobile customers at Starbucks.
Who said coupons are dead? Koupon Media released its annual State of the Industry 2017 report showing strong growth and innovations in the coupon industry.
Writing in Fortune, Phil Wahba expects to see desperate department stores and anxious retailers as he looks at prospects for Macy's, Gap, Target, Walmart, Barnes & Noble and more. Edwin Choi of CellularOutfitter shares his predictions for e-commerce in the new year including: customer personalization, mobile video consumption, cross channel marketing and Snapchat marketing.
We look at what the experts are predicting for 2017 in retail and e-commerce. Steve Rothwell, founder and CTO of Eagle Eye Solutions expects machine learning and data to be important in the new year. Jamie Merrick, head of industry insights at Salesforce Commerce Cloud says it’s all about shoppers and delivery. Patrick Gallagher, chief executive of On the dot says Black Friday delivery patterns will continue throughout the year.
Today, we’re looking at the impact of mobile commerce on e-commerce and holiday retail sales. Neosperience reports smartphone users spend nearly three hours daily looking at mobile devices. Deloitte Digital says 84% of consumers use their mobile phone while shopping in store. Kmart’s ...
US mobile commerce is growing fast and Astound Commerce expects it to reach 33% of online sales or $130.92 billion. According to L2 Intelligence Report – Mobile retailers are under-investing in mobile to date even though 85% of global smartphone owners have used a smartphone to shop inside a bricks and mortar store.
eMarketer reports China will become the largest e-commerce market in the world by the end of 2016, reaching $899.09 billion or 47% of all online sales. Online sales will hit $2.416 trillion in 2020 and mobile will account for 55.5% of all ecommerce sales in 2016 and reach 68% by 2020.
we've got a roundup of the latest global mobile news, insights and trends to keep you up-to-date on who's winning in m-commerce. Mobile is growing at double the rate of e-commerce and traditional e-commerce leaders are falling behind more savvy m-commerce innovators according to a report in Internet Retailer. A Hitwise research study shows more than 56% of top retail store searches now happen on mobile.