Not Alibaba but Amazon Inc. is the world’s largest online retailer. This is revealed by a new publication by yStats.com which ranks the world's largest E-Commerce companies based on their official revenues data.
Customers of www.toysrus.de will as of now have the possibility to order products online and pick them up at a store of their choice. Ordered goods are available for pick up in one of the 66 stores up to two hours after the order has been placed.
Tinder’s CEO and cofounder Sean Rad has announced during the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Philadelphia, that the dating app is to launch an update including paid premium features that will “offer paying users more match-making powers”, reports Forbes.
The originally French local research app Mappy has launched a new feature called Mappy Shopping. It has thus added the search fro products to its prior two key components, namely the search for locations and a route planning service. This is reported by Ecommercemag.fr.
Google has expanded its Consumer Barometer and included more features analyzing how consumers use the internet.
With a new pilot- project „The Inspiration Store“ launched in the German city of Bremen, METRO GROUP, eBay and PayPal want to showcase a futuristic shoing- experience connecting physical retail with e-commerce and mobile sales.
The Indian commerce ministry is working on a proposal to provide incentives to exporters shipping products through e-commerce channels as part of its upcoming foreign trade policy.
Bigcommerce, a Sydney-based ecommerce platform, today announced a new partnership with Alibaba.com in order to provide merchants with greater global access to products and services. As part of the partnership, Alibaba.com, the leading platform for wholesale trade, will integrate its buyer and supplier network with Bigcommerce’s ecommerce platform.