The RetailX Top250 Brand Index (RXBX) Report is now in its third year. Based on research conducted for the InternetRetailing Europe Top500, it focuses in on both Europe’s retail brands and consumer brands selling directly to the public.
Tesco is looking at developing convenience stores where shoppers can go in, fill their bags and leave again – without having to engage with a checkout at all – in a bid to take on what it clearly sees as a very real threat from Amazon Go.
Shopping app users are becoming increasingly purchase-happy and 2019 is poised to be the biggest year in mobile commerce ever, with shoppers using apps all year round now, rather than just during peaks.
Is Amazon’s ecommerce dominance about to dwindle? A new study released today by Wunderman Thompson Commerce has found that younger consumers report less satisfaction with the retail giant than older generations – and are stopping using it.
Just shy of 70% of UK consumers say that they would happily move to a subscription based model for day-to-day high street purchases including cosmetics, cleaning products and health supplements – but are drawn to those that do so ethically
The trade war between the world’s two largest retail markets is taking its toll, especially on China. Coupled with a slowing domestic auto market, the trade war is hurting Chinese retail sales, especially in ecommerce.
New Look today said its stores and online businesses were working together better than ever, at the end of a year in which the fast fashion retailer has closed more stores than it expected, and is now focused on profitability