Sales of retro toys are set to soar this Bank Holiday weekend, according to Argos, where retail experts predict that kids will leave their smartphone and tablet behind and head outside for good old fashioned fun.
A new benchmarking study that has analysed 3.1 billion data points across 18 million devices and 15 million unique users has found that users download apps with alacrity, but 86% of consumers stop using them within four weeks
Roman Originals, the UK fashion retailer infamous for 2015’s viral gold and white dress debate, is bucking the trend of small and mid-size companies struggling on the high street, thanks to a forward-thinking digital strategy
Gaining the ability to experiment with front-end customer experiences is increasingly vital to etailers – and German beauty giant Cosnova is doing just that with a radical shake up of how it runs its ecommerce technology
Consumers’ interactions with brands on social media influence their buying decisions — 67% of consumers have made a purchase after seeing an advertisement on social media. However, a new survey finds that not all platforms hold the same weight in people’s buying decisions
Research reveals that a majority of UK high street retailers are potentially alienating last minute or mobile shoppers by not displaying any information about in-store stock availability on their websites.
Californian wine brand Böen, part of Copper Cane Wines & Provisions by Joseph Wagner, has become the first US wine brand to deploy Near-Field Communication (NFC) technology on its wine bottles to allow users to interact with the brand while they sip their Chardonnay.
New research has highlighted that smart speakers such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home are set to drive the next wave of retail and e-commerce – with nearly 60% of users having used them to shop in the past month – but most feel they need to do more with these devices