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  • Facebook Messenger bot

    Facebook adds e-commerce enrichment features to Messenger bots


    Facebook makes it easier for businesses and consumers to communicate with each other via Messenger.  

  • AR study
    Consumers increasling influenced by augmented reality


    New research from experimental marketing company Interactions indicates consumers react favorably to the presence of augmented reality (AR), both in-store and online. 

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    Use of mobile payments triples across Europe

     

    European consumers increasingly turn to their smartphones, tablets or wearable devices for the pourchase of goods and services. 

From $15.5 billion to $5.5 billion: It’s the year of devaluations but Flipkart’s not losing sleep

India’s most valued internet company has been devalued—yet again. In one of the most drastic markdowns for Flipkart so far, one of its investors, a mutual fund managed by Morgan Stanley, slashed the Bengaluru-based e-commerce major’s value to just $5.54 billion (Rs38,030 crore). At its peak in May 2015, Flipkart was valued at $15.5 billion.

Published by: Quartz
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European retailers offer mixed take on innovation

The retail sector has benefitted hugely from the rise of digital platforms, expanding stores’ reach and offering a range of services to earn the loyalty of online buyers. Yet retailers’ innovations don’t always improve the customer experience or their own business efficiency, according to a recent study from eCommera.

Published by: eMarketer
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Cyber Monday another record breaker

Early numbers are in from Cyber Monday, and all indications are that Cyber Monday - and, in fact, the entire Thanksgiving Weekend - are successes for e- and m-commerce. According to HookLogic shoppers using their smartphones accounted for 43% of all shopping for Cyber Monday.

Published by: Biz Report
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Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize the supply chain

At the time of its inception some two centuries ago, the supply chain was a revolutionary idea that would improve visibility and control on goods and products as they moved from point A to point B. But the old concept and technology can no longer support today’s production and supply cycles, which have become extremely fragmented, complicated and geographically dispersed.

Published by: TechCrunch
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