26 Jul The Ecommerce News Roundup – 26 July 2021
It’s only been a few weeks since the Euro’s finished but national pride is still going strong as we support our Olympians in Tokyo.
So far the UK has already achieved 15 medals – 5 of them gold – and there are a lot more opportunities to come!
We haven’t always had pride in British sport – in fact we remember a time when it was all a bit embarrassing. However significant funding over recent years has showcased the importance of investing in talent to produce more, and better, athletes.
Of course, the same is true in business; it’s no secret that if you invest in people – develop & nurture them – you’ll not only improve retention but also attract new & better talent too.
It’s a win-win.
With that in mind, why not invest some time in reading our latest ecommerce news roundup.
UK ECOMMERCE NEWS
McLaren Racing unveils esports facility in UK.
Online marketplace Immaculate Vegan completes first investment round.
Strong digital performance & international sales boost Mulberry.
The Works’ online sales more than double in latest full year.
William Grant & Sons reveals ‘self-learning’ e-commerce platform.
INTERNATIONAL ECOMMERCE NEWS
Sephora in takeover bid for British cosmetics e-tailer Feelunique.
UNIQLO to launch online store, aims 15% sales contribution from e-commerce.
Crocs Q2 revenues jump 93.3 percent.
Skechers Q2 sales increase 127.3 percent.
Instant-delivery platform Jokr raises 144 million euros.
DIGITAL MARKETING NEWS
Google can now list several of the factors or reasons why it ranked a specific search result in its search results listings.
(Search Engine Land)
As domestic growth stalls, Netflix plots video game expansion.
Tumblr debuts Post+, a subscription service for Gen Z creators.