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.
German payments technology services company rebrands to bring a future vision to point-of-sale payments transactions.
Amazon brings one-push buying of nappies, toilet roll, dishwasher tablets and washing powder to Europe.
Two Dutch companies employ IoT and an alphabet soup of other technologies that includes GPS and RFID to explore the use of drones for e-commerce package delivery across the Netherlands.
Making the most of post Brexit lower exchange rates, international shoppers drive e–commerce orders from the U.K. to record highs in July.
Customers in Amazon’s second largest European market, Germany, may soon have another option for their Amazon orders.
With two more distribution centers planned for the U.K., Brexit has had seemingly little impact on Amazon's investment plans for the country.
ADVERTORIAL: On 27th September, Lengow’s E-commerce Day 2016 will see high-profile speakers, 350 top retailers from around the world, and participants from all over Europe descend on Paris to exchange expertise on e-commerce and the future of the online retail sector.
Amazon Flex and drone delivery makes its way to Europe. Residents in or near Birmingham, England who don’t have criminal records can now earn a little extra income helping Amazon deliver goods in the area.
ADVERTORIAL – This year, Lengow’s E-commerce Day returns to Paris on September 27th, and this time it’s taking things global.