A study conducted by researchers at Harvard, Cornell and the University of California has concluded that, contrary to popular belief, television ad effectiveness is not hampered by the presence of a second screen such as a smartphone or tablet.
Google is launching viewability reports across its ad platforms, in response to its own research into ad viewability late last year.
This sorry excuse of a fraudulent banknote actually managed to pass muster with a British store owner. You really can’t make this up.
Physical store closures and a renewed focus on online activity are some of the major talking points of a new strategy for US department store chain Macy’s, in an effort it claims is to meet the changing needs of consumers.
Have you visited your favourite online store recently only to find it looking not quite right? You might have fallen for a dupe…
The Great Wall of China, while having performed admirably against Mongol raiders in days gone by, doesn’t seem to be deterring international traders from the lucrative Chinese online retail market.
A concerted international push for additional taxes on online purchases could see overseas brands selling goods to Australians online slugged with a flat rate sales tax.
A group of retailers in the US have lashed out against Chinese based marketplace group Alibaba for allegedly dodging taxation through a controversial loophole.
Paul Greenberg, executive chairman and founder of NORA, has been appointed to the Forum for International Retail Association Executives (FIRAE), a well-established group that connects many retail trade associations around the globe.
Question: what does a sewing machine, giant onion rings and a fan belt have in common? The answer is of course they all featured in Brisbane’s first ever eCommerce Expedition, held by NORA last week.