In 2018 content will be the holy grail of e-commerce engagement. Net-a-Porter is onto this, launching Porter Digital, its new digital magazine, which is now a major part of the online retailer’s rich content mix.
If you’d like to envision e-commerce warehouses of the future, a closer look at online grocery retailer Ocado’s facility in England may just give you a glimpse.
Ebay has partnered with media company Mashable to launch shoppable content, enabling readers to shop Ebay without leaving Mashable stories.
This year NRF showcased some cool emerging technologies that will shape the near-future of e-commerce, created to improve online shopping for retailers and consumers.
Taobao, the flagship consumer-to-consumer marketplace of Alibaba Group, has launched a special version of its mobile to better serve the needs of senior citizens to capture China’s silver economy.
Luxury Escapes has scored a big boost with Qantas Frequent Flyer reward points being earned on Luxury Escapes purchases from today.
With more than 30,000 stores showcased on its online platform, Aussie Mega Mall has launched for Australian retailers only which it hopes will provide a boost of exposure to local online stores.
Alibaba will showcase re-imagined e-commerce capabilities for purchasing official merchandise at this years Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 following a secured partnership deal.
ASOS says that its new technology initiatives including ASOS instant, its same-day delivery service and Try Before You Buy have bore fruit for it, reporting a strong spike in sale in the December quarter.