As the UK’s national lockdown eased in April, consumers grew more confident with shopping in-store, with online grocery growth slowing to 25%, down from 92% last month, according to new research.
Pizza firm Papa John has struck a multi-year commitment with Google Cloud to add a raft of new online and data features, including providing customers with extra loyalty and delivery tracking options.
Brands are finding that in-app gaming experiences are a successful form of monetisation, according to new research.
Third of UK shoppers feel guilty for shopping at Amazon (but keep coming back for price and convenience)
UK consumers experience guilt after shopping with online giant Amazon, but cheaper prices and quicker delivery times keep them going back for more, according to new research.
Fast-moving consumer good (FMCG) food and drink brands will increase their global ad expenditure on digital channels by 7% a year to 2023, according to new research.
Digital asset management (DAM) and product information management (PIM) company, Widen, has struck a new partnership with 1WorldSync to streamline 360° product image creation.
There has been a surge in pub app downloads since the roadmap out of lockdown was announced, with Greene King, Harvester and Wetherspoon seeing considerable increases in downloads, according to new research.
Translation, dropshipping, video ads and Shopify: Data shows Covid’s impact on UK small business needs
The global pandemic has changed the needs of small businesses, with many more leveraging freelance support following the pandemic, according to new research.
Scan and go: Flying Tiger Copenhagen and MUJI deploy App Clips with MishiPay’s mobile ‘self-checkout’ tool
Retailers Flying Tiger Copenhagen and MUJI today announced they are launching App Clips alongside MishiPay’s mobile self-checkout solution.
Inconsistent cross-channel promotions are the biggest irritation for today’s omni-channel shoppers, with 44% of consumers saying retailers don’t join the dots when offering promotions and discounts in-store and online.
Consumers turned to social media to celebrate the reopening of pubs, hairdressers and high street shops as lockdown restrictions were lifted across England.
Asos has more than tripled first-half profits to a record £106m as the online retailer continues to benefit from the pandemic.
The vast majority (91%) of shoppers are open to sharing data with brands and retailers so long as they won’t be served any intrusive ads, according to new research.
4 of 5 consumers would abandon a planned purchase, and almost 6 out of 10 would return a product if they encountered flawed product information, according to new research.
Over two-thirds (69%) of The Times, The Sunday Times & The Sun readers’ holiday budgets have not been impacted by the pandemic, according to new research.
Tesco has announced the trial launch of its Finest range premium restaurant meal boxes with packaging designed by branding agency Coley Porter Bell.
Meal delivery company Deliveroo’s stock market debut was one of the worst opening-day performances by a large company IPO on record, leaving investors hoping for a rebound or facing heavy losses.
Easter purchasing choices will be very different this year, with more people searching for quizzes, gifs, virtual egg hunts and ecards over standard chocolate egg brands, according to new research.
YouTube is testing AI tools in the USA that automatically detect products used in videos. This opens-up new opportunities for advertisers and could turn all streaming content into shoppable media. Initially, products appear as related links between recommended videos – but that’s just the start.
The face of online shopping has changed drastically in the past year, and so have our spending habits. Working from home, an influencer influx, and increased savings are just of few of the factors that have altered our shopping preferences – but what impact has this really had?