One third of organisations fear going out of business within next 36 months without reinvention of business model, according to new research.
A year after the GDPR came into effect, a new study suggests many large UK businesses are struggling to process requests from customers who want to access the personal information stored about them.
Sportswear brand Champion is working with marketing technology firm BounceX to boost online sales conversions.
Direct-to-consumer brands have shaken up the retail industry, going both digital and direct, with British brands such as Simply Cook & Made.com leading the way amongst UK consumers, ahead of global brands Glossier, Casper and Harry’s, according to new research.
Payment provider Klarna has turned its sights on the high street with its first UK all-immersive store due to pop up in London’s Covent Garden at the start of June, featuring many brands that are usually online-only.
Lulu Guinness is launching onsite social commerce to create a more engaging customer experience.
Retailers in the UK expect 30% of all their eCommerce work to give them back no value, according to a new study.
Global brand experience agency Sense takes eBay’s UK Retail Revival programme into the real world, helping small retailers grow locally and globally.
One of Britain’s most successful home-grown multi-channel retailers, Cotton Traders, has improved its mobile conversion rate and reduced checkout abandonment with a new ecommerce platform from digital commerce agency and systems integrator Astound Commerce.
Almost a fifth of leading UK e-retailers are missing out on potential sales due to a lack of connection with their customers’ extended social circles, according to new research.
Just 50% of high street retailers are offering alternatives to printed, paper receipts according to new research.
Following a slow start to the year, consumer spending in the grocery sector increased in April by +5.9% for the four weeks to 20th April, the highest level since the late Easter in 2014 and the summer heatwave of 2013, according to data released today by Nielsen.
The number of consumers who place high importance on the ability to discover and purchase directly through social media platforms, such as Instagram Facebook, and Pinterest has risen by 38% in 12 months, according to new research.