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IREU Top500 The Customer Report: 2018

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Getting ahead with multichannel? What Twitter, Amazon, Topps Tiles and Sainsbury's are doing now

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Getting ahead with multichannel? What Twitter, Amazon, Topps Tiles and Sainsbury's are doing now
Getting ahead with multichannel? What Twitter, Amazon, Topps Tiles and Sainsbury's are doing now
In today's InternetRetailing newsletter, new figures suggest that online shoppers in the UK and across Europe are now becoming more likely to buy online, and across borders.

It's likely some of that increased willingness to buy is down to how leading, IRUK500, retailers are developing the multichannel services they offer their customers.

Today we report on Amazon, as it develops its grocery service - will the next step be a fully-fledged Amazon Fresh UK? And we have news of Sainsbury's, as it reports online grocery sales growth, and the successful launch of its Tu website. We also report on Topps Tiles as it unveils strong growth thanks to a strategy of 'out-specialising the specialist', both online and in-store.

We bring you too the story of Twitter is now making it easier for US retailers to sell from their tweets, technology that no doubt will come to the UK in due course.

In this week's IRC 2015 preview we hear from Mark Felix, director of online trade at John Lewis. Read the piece too for information on how to tweet for the chance to win one of 10 free delegates passes to IRC 2015.

Today's guest comment comes from Peter Veash of The BIO Agency, who considers how retailers are reinventing the customer loyalty scheme.

Our webinars

We're with LogMeIn for a webinar next week that looks at how retailers can create a unified customer experience, and considers ways of planning ahead for the always-on support that will be required for the Internet of Things. Amy DeMartine, senior analyst, Forrester Research and Matthew Duffy, VP of marketing at LogMeIn, are the speakers in Support challenges, opportunities and future. The webinar is at 3pm on October 7. Visit the LogMeIn webinar page to find out more and to register for free.

Click to visit the Internet Retailing webinars page to catch up on any that you may have missed.

The Internet Retailing Conference

The tenth annual Internet Retailing Conference, will be held in the Novotel Hammersmith, London, hotel on October 14. Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne, member of the board and executive director – marketing & International at Marks and Spencer will be a keynote speaker. Also joining the line up are David Lindsay, senior vice president – technology at Farfetch.com and Aaron Chatterley, founder of Feelunique. Find out more about the line-up and about details including how to buy tickets on the Internet Retailing Conference website.

Our research reports

Our research editors research and produce regular reports on pertinent ecommerce issues. The latest, on Conversion Rate Optimisation, comes from Liz Morrell who explains here why this is a must-read report. Click on the links too to download your free copies of the Seasonal Commerce Report and Customer Experience Report.

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