02 Nov The Ecommerce News Roundup – 2 November 2020
Well, we were wrong about predictions of a second lockdown, but because we are incurable optimists here are some positive thoughts. Up until now we have been ‘chasing the puck’ rather than going to where the puck is going to be. Now with a trial in Liverpool of mass testing we may start to get ahead of infections rather than just following them.
The situation in Spain seems to be a good lead indicator. They are not having a good time but they also do not seem to be experiencing an exponential rise in deaths. https://geographyfieldwork.com…
Meanwhile we can all guiltily enjoy a further surge in on-line sales…
Unilever reports a 76% lift in ecommerce sales as brands from Graze to Ben & Jerrys and Marmite sell online.
The Fragrance Shop connects online shoppers with store staff.
Made launches new AI-powered search tool.
Michelle Smith Launches Luxury E-Commerce Business.
Cath Kidston unveils digital-focused transformation plan.
Marks & Spencer ramps up online capacity ahead of ‘most digital Christmas yet’.
Under Armour’s Better-than-expected Earnings and Sale of MyFitnessPal Boost Shares.
Kellogg Company has reported 4.5% growth in organic net sales for its third quarter and raised its full-year financial guidance for the second time this year.
TikTok users will now be able to shop from nearly 1 million Shopify retailers in-app.
Pandemic keep-fit drive boosts Puma sales in Americas, Europe.
eBay Q3 revenues up 25 percent, raises full year outlook.
How dog food brand startup Jinx navigated its way through coronavirus and onto Petco.com.
(Digital Commerce 360)
Warehouse take-up at record high as eCommerce booms.
Amazon earnings triple in third quarter.
Alphabet’s Q3 revenue jumps 14% as the company bounces back from a historic slump.
Covid is paving the way for the store of the future.
European recovery helps cushion Renault’s sales.
WineDirect Unveils 2020 Report Spotlighting Major Developments in DTC Ecommerce Amidst Holiday Season.
What Farmlands did to digitally accelerate member engagement in the crisis.
Online grocery sales in KSA and UAE doubles during Covid-19.
(Consultancy Middle East)