In the ecommerce world, retailers have become obsessed with content and obsessed with going beyond the act of just offering great products at great prices and acknowledge you need more than that. By Glenn Shoosmith
Following a surprisingly sunny Sunday, its back to work which means its time for another edition of the Bubble Wrap-Up. By Amy @BubbleJobs
Retailers must constantly developeand adapt their omni-channel sales strategies, according to the UKs leading retailers who spoke during this years British Retail Consortium Omni-channel Retailing conference.
Carphone Warehouse is implementing Pin Point, a tablet-based customer experience designed to help customers find the best deal on mobile phones.
Square, a payment solutions provider, is moving beyond creating technological solutions to help retailers accept payments. The company has recently acquired Bookfresh, a provider of software that allows business to book appointments with customers online.
Royal Mail launches its first TV advertising campaign aimed at parcel business customers for almost five years.
The campaign, which will first was during Englands World Cup warm-up against Denmark on ITV1, is promoting Royal Mails trust amongst consumers as the parcel delivery partner for online retailers.
The global airport retail market is set to reach $59.2bn in 2019 a rise of 72.9% on 2013. This will be driven by stronger passenger growth (27.4% rise in the period) as well as growing affluence in emerging markets which will boost spend.
Internet Retailing, the magazine, portal and event organisers for European ecommerce, will explore the future of online retail.
Nearly two thirds (61.5%) of all web traffic around the world comes from bots- both good and bad- according to new research.
Arts and crafts retailer Hobbycraft Europes is running a UK wide customer feedback programme, Crafting Your Opinion, across 75 UK stores.
Of the 81% of small- and medium-size businesses that use social media, 94% use it for marketing purposes, according to a new study.
Internet Retailing, the magazine, portal and event organisers for European ecommerce, will explore the future of online retail, its gaps and opportunities when it reveals its exploratory industry survey at the upcoming Internet Retailing Expo (IRX) 2014 during an exclusive retailer debate.