How has online retailing changed the purchase path of the B2B consumer? This infographic shows you what has changed- and how to deal with it.
Western Europeans' expenditure was highest in e-commerce for consumer packaged goods (CPG). Asia-Pacific led the market but focusing in cosmetic products and groceries and Americans reveal as the most hesitant to purchase on line, as Nielsen’s ‘E-commerce Habits” worldwide study conducted between 30.000 consumers in 60 countries reveals.
Today, August 28th, the German fashion pure-player Zalando opens its doors to reveal some insider information to the invited crowd.
Alibaba is preparing the largest ever expected IPO, Initial Public Offering, which could raise more than $ 20 billion next month at New York Stock Exchange. Two German companies, Zalando and Rocket, are following very closely this offering in order to prepare their own listing in Frankfurt, also foreseen in September.
Exactly 4 years ago, Zippycart published this innovatice illustration of e-commerce linked to parts (and/ or malfunctions) of the human body. In the age of digital supremacy, four years is a long time. Do you think much has changed? Let us know what your think!
The digital agenda for Germany is overdue. However, the network-political program presented past week forgets one of its strongest growth promoters by ignoring the e-commerce. As the Federal Association of E-Commerce und Mail-Order Trade (bevh) underlined in a press release: „A digital agenda without the clear recognition of and a commitments to the e-commerce and the interactive trade is nothing more than a beta-version”.
The journey to digital business is the key theme of Gartner, Inc.'s "Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2014." As the Gartner Hype Cycle celebrates its 20th year, Gartner said that as enterprises set out on the journey to becoming digital businesses, identifying and employing the right technologies at the right time will be critical.
After expanding its ads platform across main 8 European Countries, from Germany to Spain, Twitter will announce today that the platform will be extended to another 12 countries in the region: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Portugal and Ukraine.