Gen Z is helping brick & mortar. Amazon is giving special preference to their items. Holiday spending expected to rise. Here's what happened in ecommerce.
This year, there has been a trend in the content that we've created: Customers. Reason being? Well, we consider 2019 to be the year of the customer.
Walmart expanded its unlimited delivery. Target has a new loyalty program. Syte raised money. So long Google Express. Here's what happened in ecommerce.
Lego is opening up more stores. FedEx's partnership with Walmart is growing. Flipkart is using less plastic. Here's what happened in ecommerce this week.
Forever 21 is looking at bankruptcy. Disney and Target are partnered up. Whole Foods is price cutting again. Here's what happened in ecommerce this week.
A business needs customers. This fact sounds almost too simplistic to merit mention. Yet, you would be surprised by just how many businesses overlook or diminish the needs of their customers.
ThredUp is partnering with Macy’s and JCPenny’s,. Target is creating their own grocery brand. Visa wants to make e-commerce payment even safer. Here's what happened in ecommerce.
Nike has their new kid shoes subscription service. American consumers are worried about Amazon having too much power. Walmart is leading online grocery market. Here's what happened in ecommerce.
Amazon's offering a new program to price third-party products. Nike acquired Celect. The Inside is now offering customized sofas. Amazon's Scouts are in California. Here's what happened in ecommerce.