With just 100 days to go until the opening of the London Olympics, UK parcel delivery companies are preparing for the major challenges that are expected due to traffic flow issues that threaten disruption to delivery services in London.
Half (50%) of online customer feedback comes from those that bought products instore, according to new research.
£214m worth of net lost revenue for UK retailers.
Empty nesters are classified as those whose children or step children have moved out of the family home in the past five years.
Amazon and eBay have added a Pinterest button to help shoppers share photos and comments on their favourite product finds via the social network.
A leap in businesses output expectations signals a significant move towards economic growth, according to the latest Business Trends report by accountants and business advisors BDO LLP.
In a study conducted by Virgin Media, 21 per cent of the 5,000 businesses contacted said they needed more Wi-Fi in stores to provide sales offers and marketing promotions to customers.
Our World of Interiors, an online furniture and home accessories retailer, has selected ChannelAdvisors Comparison Shopping Engine (CSE) solution to drive its online sales.
Like-for-like sales in the UK were down 0.7% on the first quarter of 2011, with food sales up 1.0% while general merchandise sales were down 2.8%.
Yahoo has revealed that it will turns its attention to e-commerce in a bid to revive its fortunes.
The European Multi-Channel and Online Trade Association (EMOTA) has called on the EU to "harmonise" the rules regarding ecommerce.
Figures released today from a survey examining attitudes towards online shopping and banking conducted by Entersekt a mobile security company and carried out by OnePoll, reveals that four out of ten consumers suspect they are playing with fire conducting financial transactions online.