Stories from the frontline of the digital revolution
It's been a week for big name retailers reporting from the frontline of the digital revolution. In today's Internet Retailing
newsletter we report on Argos's move towards digital commerce, Amazon's move into art dealing, evidence from Debenhams of shopping moving online, fast growth at home and abroad from Asos, and eBay's move to snap up 90-minute delivery company Shutl.
Today's guest comment comes from Michael Patterson of Bazaarvoice, who considers ways of mobilising the all important advocate army.Our webinars
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. Today's storiesAmazon reports 24% boost to sales, a move into the art market... and a net lossDebenhams reports online growth – but offline fall in salesArgos seems m-commerce sales double as it completes year one of its transformation planGUEST COMMENT Mobilising your advocate armyInternational and faster than expected UK growth boosts AsoseBay buys Shutl as it develops its local delivery options