More than 70% of shoppers are planning to spend the same in 2020 on holiday shopping compared to 2019, with continued online growth, Prime Day momentum and savvy shopping set to drive a ‘Merry Clickmas’.
Latest data from Retail Intelligence experts Springboard reveals that footfall across UK retail bricks and mortar destinations was 83.1% lower than Easter weekend last year and 14.5% lower than over the same four days in the previous week
Amazon Prime Day has become the latest victim of Coronavirus uncertainty, with the marketplace planning to defer this year’s event to at least August – and is likely to take a multi-million dollar hit in the process, according to meeting notes seen by Reuters
For us in the West, New Year feels like a distant memory. But, while we’re in the midst of ‘Dry Veganuary’, celebrations in China are just about to kick off, says Myles Dawson of Adyen, who has advice on how to win customers from shoppers during Chinese New Year – and beyond
UK online retail sales growth spiked unexpectedly to +9.4% Year-on-Year (YoY) in December, bringing 2019 to a positive close with a surprisingly strong Christmas trading period, according to the latest IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index
Dixons Carphone today pointed to growing multichannel sales over its peak trading period – but overall sales were down. The retailer said it had had a good peak in a weak UK market and said it was on track to deliver its longer-term transformatioN