Jay Rawal, founder of the remarkable chocolate brand, attended the first ever Amazon Academy in 2016 and straightaway took his products online – to resounding success.
The Amazon Academy returned to Scotland for our first event in 2018 to help Scottish small businesses and independent authors succeed in the digital economy.
Michael Corrigan, co-founder of Scottish travel pillow manufacturer Trtl shares his ecommerce success story from the sidelines of the latest edition of Amazon Academy in Glasgow.
To help startup founders in the fashion and technology industries access mentoring, networking opportunities and funding access, ecommerce platform Farfetch has announced its Dream Assembly accelerator programme – with a heavyweight partner already on board.
He’s held roles at businesses including Thomas Cook, Homeserve and Wonga, but now Russell Gould has picked his next challenge – disrupting the private rental property sector.
Traditional, often family-run, retailers are fighting a battle on two fronts, against bigger competitors and tech-savvy startups. It’s one of the reasons why growing numbers are using digital campaigns to deliver real results, as Martin Harris, head of digital at Tank, explains.
Shopping online is a norm, but where does that leave trading on the high street? Bricks and mortar retailers detail their experiences and expectations.
To give SMEs an international expansion opportunity in China, Santander has sealed an agreement with ecommerce business JD.com.
Serial entrepreneur and former Dragons’ Den investor Theo Paphitis has never experienced a Christmas trading period “so hard and unforgiving”.
James Frost, chief marketing officer at Worldpay, explains how an online shopping footprint can drive more in-store loyalty.
Rural companies want to harness digital technology for growth, but finding people with the correct skills is proving to be difficult.
For lesser-known brands, securing trust to an extent they are willing to enter card details online can be a challenge. Amazon Pay explains how to capitalise on its 20-year background.