There was a time, only ten years ago, when one in every seven pounds in Britain was gobbled up by Tesco, and now the retailer is going after a business dominating many verticals – Amazon.
The Amazon Academy took place last month in Edinburgh with the aim of helping small business owners navigate the world of ecommerce and exports. If you couldn’t make the event itself, here is a round-up of some of the key points.
As election day fast approaches, the political parties involved are not only frantically trying to maximise their chances of getting your vote, but also to get you to help them financially, through a donation.
The experiences and lessons learned by market-leading businesses speaking at Amazon Academy in Edinburgh showcased the country’s entrepreneurial talent and demonstrated future enterprise growth potential.
Card spending in the UK has spiked by over a quarter in just two years, positioning Britain as the home of online shopping.
Consumers place a lot of trust in retailers when making online purchases, especially when it comes to keeping their personal details secure.
The Amazon Academy, launched by Amazon and Enterprise Nation, is continuing its UK tour with Edinburgh the next destination for promoting the power of British ecommerce.
Supermarket chain Waitrose has joined forces with parent company John Lewis to create what’s been billed as the largest retail tech accelerator in Britain, JLAB 2017.
Plans by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to make deliveries to the moon in 2020 set a new benchmark for soaring ambition in ecommerce success.
Everywhere we look, we are being told we need a new website campaign, digital marketing, to be at the top of Google. If you don’t, your world will crumble.
Today mobile orders are 34 per cent of all orders at Spreadshirt and we expect to see this number increase over the next two years. The scale of change is amazing, and it’s because we put mobile at the heart of our growth strategy.
Enterprise resource planning software has a nasty reputation for over running deadlines, exceeding budgets and failing to meet expectations.