Following its warning to webmasters last year, Google has this week introduced penalties for interstitial (pop-ups) appearing on mobile browsing experiences. Retailers not complying can and will now face penalties.
If you’re going to launch a fashion brand in the UK, then Oxford Street is the place to be. Aussie online athleticwear label P.E Nation has launched a pop up in world renowned retail store Selfridges this month.
China’s largest online retailer Alibaba Group, is looking to deepen its integration with bricks and mortar stores as it leads the bid to buy out department store chain Intime Retail Group for as much as $US2.6 billion.
Alibaba Group has filed a lawsuit against two fake Swarovski watch sellers on its Taobao platform, claiming RMB1.4 million in damages for contract and goodwill violations.
With Amazon’s speculated expansion into Australia in September this year, the US warns that online retail will be disrupted and bricks and mortar chains adversely affected.
Myer and JB Hi-Fi have emerged as winners when it comes to the top performing retailers during the 2016 Christmas period, according to a Citi report, but they are still susceptible to online disruption.
Women’s fashion multichannel Forever New says it’s seeing strong results within the first month of the roll out of its new click and collect online retail offering.
With the new year looming upon on, Carl Jackson speaks candidly about his strategy for MYSALE and insights for the e-commerce industry come 2017. Jackson says Amazon will raise the bar in terms of the delivery and the returns customer proposition.
Thirteen minutes from checkout to the door – that’s the result of the first Amazon drone trial in the UK drawing media interest this week, but should we really be excited?