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How Ecommerce Tech Can Reduce the Environmental Damage it Caused in the First Place

May 2, 2022

Via: Retail TouchPoints

It’s no surprise that ecommerce has practically taken over the global economy. Annual online sales worldwide are expected to climb to a staggering $6.5 trillion by 2023. But alongside that dizzying sales growth, we’ve also witnessed a growing consciousness about […]


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Gen Z is late to holiday shopping

December 1, 2017

Via: Retail Dive

Black Friday may be in the past but holiday shopping is far from over if you’re a part of Gen Z, the generation born between 1995 and 2009. For marketers, this means there’s still an opportunity to connect with these […]


E-payment & Data Security, News & Trends, Tech, Uncategorized

Amazon devoured 55% of online Black Friday orders

November 28, 2017

Via: Retail Dive

It comes as little surprise that Amazon dominated the biggest holiday shopping reason of the year. However, hearing in real numbers just how much the e-commerce giant commanded this past weekend is still a bit startling. According to the stats […]


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Holiday e-commerce customers offer mixed returns

January 25, 2016

Via: Chain Store Age

E-commerce retailers might think new customers acquired during the holiday season are a gift, but they many not keep on giving. A new study from analytics platform provider RJMetrics indicates online retailers acquire 24% of their new customers during the […]


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Department Store House of Fraser Partners with Digital Merchandising Platform Elevaate

January 12, 2016

Via: Business Wire

Elevaate, the agile product placement platform that optimises trade funding online, today announced it is partnering with leading UK department store House of Fraser. House of Fraser has seen promising product performance on its website, as well as improved collaboration […]


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Touch Points will define Retail in 2016

December 30, 2015

Via: Independent Retailer

Retailers have been obsessed with improving the customer experience, experimenting with ‘revolutionary’ technologies like iBeacons or QR codes just to stay on the cutting edge and remain competitive. These projects are designed around the idea that, once installed, they’ll fulfill […]