Every retail marketer can learn from a quality international conference, and they don’t come any bigger than the World Retail Congress. Sean McDonell, National Sales Manager, Salmat, shares his insights exclusively with Power Retail readers from the WRC 2010 in Berlin.
Please take a moment to complete our online survey, the results of which will be published in our upcoming Special Report: Social Commerce.
Social media just another channel? read how Andy Powell busts this myth and provides insight into how multichannel retailers can gain true ascendancy in the social space – with a little retro thinking…
Calling all Australian online and multichannel retailers: please participate in Power Retail’s latest survey on email marketing. It will take just a few minutes of your time, and the results will help provide a snapshot of where you and your retail peers are at with email marketing. Insights will be featured next week along with […]
There is much debate surrounding online shopping and its carbon footprint.
According to a report by Forrester and Shop.org, American retailers see the new frontier in online retailing lying across international borders, as they attempt to capitalise on the growing demands of foreign consumers.
The largest ever global research project into people’s online activities and behaviour – Digital Life – was launched recently by TNS, with some powerful insights regarding online consumption habits worldwide.
Does social media give consumer’s a mandate to be consulted and included when brand’s are making major business decisions? Gap and Digg learn that social media can be a double-edged sword.
Multichannel value fashion brands are losing out on online sales due to poorly designed websites, according to the 2010 UK Fashion Retail Report from GSI Commerce International.
Nearly 25% of Australians are using their mobile devices to shop online, with a third doing it more than once a week, reveal eBay.