Ecommerce News Roundup | 25 July 2022 | Hannington Tame
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Ecommerce News Roundup | 25 July 2022

As always, here’s this week’s ecommerce & digital newsletter.

What with the recent heat and train strikes it is clear that the flexibility of hybrid working is an essential element of the modern work-place rather than a subject of debate. I am now finding it difficult to remember a time when flexible working wasn’t a standard part of any candidate’s package.

At the same time I have seen a few messages on social media expressing a new found glee at the productivity of everyone being in the same room.

It will be interesting to see how this settles down after the summer hols.

 

The most difficult thing is the decision to act; the rest is merely tenacity.

(Amelia Earhart)

SOCIAL MEDIA & PLATFORM NEWS – Meta, Instagram, LinkedIn

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Meta launches updated Facebook feed format, more into line with TikTok.
(Social Media Today)

Instagram launches payment-in-chat feature for businesses.
(Retail Dive)

LinkedIn announces a new expansion of its Creator Accelerator program.
(Social Media Today)

Poparazzi Is the ‘Anti-Selfie’ app taking over social media.
(Paper)

Amazon is slowly turning Alexa into a totally automated virtual assistant.
(The Verge)

TikTok adds new captioning & translation tools to help maximize video reach.
(Social Media Today)

Instagram rolls out a new searchable map.
(TechCrunch)

Google begins publicly testing Its AR glasses.
(Cnet)

Sweeping changes remake Facebook app in TikTok’s image.
(Axios)

Instagram will now feed all video uploads into reels.
(Social Media Today)

Shopify and YouTube launch YouTube Shopping.
(Ecommerce News EU)

Snapchat launches desktop version of the app.
(Social Media Today)

Instagram adds new ‘Boost’ option for reels.
(PetaPixel)

Wish agrees new partnership with Collect+.
(Charged Retail)

 

METAVERSE NEWS – MetaMundo, NBC Universal…

met averse VR

Dubai wants to become a global metaverse leader
(The Drum)

MetaMundo launches 3D NFT marketplace for the metaverse.
(Venture Beat)

NBCUniversal new ad formats tap into metaverse.
(Fierce Video))

 

UK ECOMMERCE NEWS – Childs Farm, Decathlon, SCS…

UK Ecommerce Newsletter

Paperchase deal on the cards for Cath Kidston owner Hilco.
(Retail Gazette)

Childs Farm becomes first B Corp in UK baby and child personal care.
(The Retail Bulletin)

Decathlon launches rental service to make sports more affordable.
(Retail Gazette)

JD Sports confident of delivering record profit and sales
(Retail Week)

SCS launches new concept store, include visual & interactive digital displays.
(The Retail Bulletin)

Superdrug signs over 200 brands to its online marketplace.
(Charged Retail)

BoohooMAN launches ‘ManCave’ to host parties and stag dos.
(Retail Gazette)

 

INTERNATIONAL ECOMMERCE NEWS – Grey Goose, Rebag, Skullcandy…

International ecommerce newsletter

Grey Goose vodka partners with Uninterrupted to launch a YouTube series.
(Marketing Dive)

Rebag adds shoes, clothing to its resale platform.
(Retail Dive)

Kia spot offers NFTs to viewers who scan QR code.
(Marketing Dive)

T-Mobile refreshes ad business with new name and app-based insights.
(Marketing Dive)

NBCU, Peacock bring ShoppableTV to ‘Love Island USA’.
(Marketing Dive)

Honda Civic Tour expands beyond live shows with TikTok videos from Future X.
(Marketing Dive)

Skullcandy is partnering with Amazon to offer dual smart assistants.
(TechCrunch)

 

IN THE MARKETS – Shares, Altruistiq, Whatnot…

In the markets newsletter

London-based investment app Shares has closed $40 million in funding.
(TechEU)

Altruistiq raises €17.6 million for game-changing climate tech software.
(EU Startups)

Amazon is buying primary care tech provider One Medical.
(TechCrunch)

Cognizant to buy Dutch digital marketing and customer experience firm.
(Economic Times)

$260 million Series D for Los Angeles-based Whatnot.
(Crunchbase)

Charles picks up €19.5 m to bring conversational commerce to Europe.
(EU Startups)

 


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