In the run up to the European Parliamentary elections on 22-25 May 2014, Ecommerce Europe has launched a special section on its website. The aim of this section is to update stakeholders, policy makers and members on the developments on the EU elections. Please click here for the EU elections page.
Multi-channel shopping is becoming the norm in UK retail, and is driving a fundamental shift in the way UK consumers shop', states the introduction to a PwC research report analyzing the evolution of shopping behavior in the UK. Without a doubt, the UK is a world leader when it comes to multichannel shopping - both in terms of consumer behavior as in terms of retailers quickly adapting their offer to the increasing digitalization (and mobilization) of the purchase path.
The Paypers has launched two new reports on cross border e-commerce, on respectively Singapore and Australia. Amongst others, the reports reveal figures (2013) showinbg that around 59% of the CNP fraud total was committed using Australian issued cards overseas
One of the companies acquired and re-branded by the Japanese Rakuten was the French Priceminister, the CEO of which is now the COO of Rakuten Europe. We are proud to present you this Q&A with Pierre Kosciusko-Morizet, who will also be one of our expert speakers at the Global E-Commerce Summit in Barcelona.
Striving to improve its multichannel offer, the US fashion retailer Gap has announced a test phase for a new in-store orderinmg service that will allow customers to access the company’s e-commerce offer from its physical outlets. This reported on the website of Nasdaq.
It is the largest and most anticipated IPO of the year, and it is expected to supass even the 16-billion-Dollar record set by Facebook’s public offering. Alibaba’s stoc market entry stresses once more the tremendous volume of the Chinese e-commerce market.
Close to half of US retailers (43 percent) have fully integrated an omnichannel approach against just over a quarter (27 percent) of UK retailers, according to a new study by LCP, comparing bothe countries’multichannel readiness.
“Pixmania loses 75 percent of its customer base in two years” is the title of an artcile published this week by Ecommerce-news.es. The Spanish e-commerce news site reports that Pixmania, once a promising and quickly expanding electronic e-tailer, has now put its recovery in the hands of Luis Krug, a successful internet entrepreneur who amongst others stood at the origins of successful e-commerce stories such as Redcoon and Oooferton.com.