A new Manchester-based tech start-up is set to shake up the UK and international student accommodation market with the launch of its online student property platform.
Greeting card and gift retailer Card Factory has partnered with leading digital commerce agency, Astound Commerce UK, to create new website, accelerating the retailer’s omnichannel offering.
Following fears of Coronavirus, the overwhelming majority of UK shoppers (91%) are planning to avoid physical stores this Black Friday, according to new data.
eBay Advertising has launched a new set of programmatic targeting capabilities, letting brands to target at scale without the need for cookies and real-time updates between ad calls to eradicate waste.
With 62% of all purchases during lockdown made online and only 16% of shoppers planning to return to their old shopping habits, behaviour towards online discounts and spend has also changed, according to new research.
More than half (56%) of UK business leaders are not planning to invest more in digital transformation, despite COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown accelerating the need for digitisation across services.
Product review provider Bazaarvoice has bought social commerce solution Curalate to add more visual tools to its network of reviews.
Ecommerce revenues and conversions for Food, Electronics and Home goods have seen a rise due to the impact of Covid-19, while the hardest hit verticals have seen a 15% decrease in revenues, according to new research.
Almost three quarters (72%) of consumers feel the retail sector needs a new set of standards to combat fake reviews, according to new research.
Bakery chain Greggs will work with Just Eat after testing the food delivery firm alongside rivals Deliveroo and Uber Eats in several cities last year.
Tech giant Amazon’s current yearly revenue sits at $265.468 billion, but how does the revenue of small businesses around the world compare to the tech giant’s fortune? Latona’s has analysed Eurostat and United States Census Bureau data to reveal how the revenue of small businesses compares to that of Amazon.
Retailer GAME is to close 40 stores in the UK as the shift to digital gaming and game streaming takes its toll on the high street.
The UK high street retail sector suffered the worst year for 25 years, as Brexit continued to hurt the country’s economy, but online sales stayed healthy.
Last year’s Rugby World Cup attracted fans from around the globe to visit host Japan, but how did they plan their trip, and what can travel operators learn from their behaviour. A new report takes a detailed look…
Social media influencer Molly Mae has as been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for breaking its rules on Instagram.
Amazon is working with Future Retail to expand the Indian retail chain online and take on rival FlipKart.
Brick-and-mortar drove the vast majority of grocery sales worldwide, particularly for fresh food, but ecommerce maintained its meteoric rise during 2019, according to new research.
Online global fashion destination ASOS has extended its partnership with leading payments provider Klarna.
As 2019 draws to a close, we look at some of the biggest marketing blunders of the year. From the US military threatening to bomb alien hunters to lethal conker recipes, there were plenty of mistakes from companies that should know better. Read on, learn from the mistakes and hope your team doesn’t make the list in 2020…
An unhappy user will leave a website within 10 – 20 seconds if left dissatisfied – one of the key factors that determines whether a user stays on a website is if they believe it’s trustworthy.