As consumers indulge in the trend of self-gifting during COVID-19, SME retailers have the opportunity to make more sales than global luxury brands.
A new report byAsk Traders?reveals just how much money 30 of the biggest fashion brands make every second, minute, hour and day, globally.
The success of Singles’ Day 2019 shows that Chinese trends continue to influence the global sales economy. But at what social cost?
British e-commerce is booming. But what impact will Brexit have on this innovative and successful sector”
The retail sector has evolved dramatically over the past 10 years. But how exactly has e-retail changed the face of the market?
Is ASOS’ new direction paving the way for stores to take back control or a negative move against a loyal fan base That’s the big question when it comes to reactions to the online brand’s tough new returns policy.
Instagram recently announced its new checkout feature: ?buy from brands without leaving Instagram” the announcement declared! This is great news, right” With customers no longer having to go through the awkward process of leaving the app, brands are sure to see a higher purchase conversion rate, but will SMEs feel the benefit of this new sales based innovation?
Who says that offline retailers can’t borrow and apply some tips from their e-commerce competitors” Let’s start with utilising wifi services and especially the data it holds. Analysing this data can tell you when more about consumer behaviour and preferences than you might think.
Thought the issues plaguing Elon Musk and his electric car behemoth Tesla had no bearing on your humble SME” Well, think again. Musk is making a series of changes in order to respond positively to the consumer market and the huge change in culture that’s underpinning it. All businesses, great and small should follow his lead and do the same if they want to survive.
This CEO says that retailers must look for flexible warehouse solutions to compete with e-commerce companies ahead of the Christmas trading period.
The 2018 line-up for Amazon’s Academy programme has been announced, with Glasgow, Newcastle and Cardiff bringing businesses looking to grow in the digital economy together.
The majority (59 percent) of British retail decision-makers consider the US to be the most important retail e-commerce market, despite the fact that less than half (44 per cent) of UK retailers currently sell to the US.