Online retailers can expect to see the cost of returns escalate as the proportion of online purchases increases.
Watch out Etsy, consider your handmade empire officially threatened by Amazon’s current push into the European online handmade market.
Dutch lingerie chain, Lincherie shells out serious cash for prime real-estate in Amsterdam’s “Canal belt” to ensure customers leave the store empty handed.
Regional differences among Northern European online shopping habits provide an opportunity for personalization in the customer journey.
In a move that could ultimately be a boost for PayPal and its subsidiaries in Europe, PayPay has partnered with China UnionPay to make it easier for European e-commerce merchants to draw Chinese customers.
A recent report reveals retailers often mishandle customer data and run the risk of being unprepared for the recently agreed EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The European Commission looks likely to open case specific investigations into price restrictions and online sales bans in the e-commerce industry after finding over two in five online retailers experience restrictions from manufacturers on the prices they offer consumers.
Now that the sales season is over in France, the moment feels right to evaluate the state of the online market of apparel retailers in the country. In July 2016, the audience across all sites in the category was close to 18.5 million unique visitors, while more than 86 million visits occurred during the same period.
Published by: comScore.com
Amazon customers will soon be able to pick up orders at their local Morrisons across the U.K. with the introduction of Amazon lockers at the supermarket this year.
A recent study of over 2,400 consumers across the U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany highlights the considerable importance of return policies for online consumer behavior in Europe.