03 Sep The Ecommerce News Roundup – 3 September 2020
It’s been quite a week for news!
Moody’s reported that over the next five years, ecommerce is expected to account for over 1/4 of all retail sales. Waitrose announced it would sell 30 products through the Royal Mail online shop on China’s Tmall. The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) launched its ‘Tech for Growth’ Programme to support future trading opportunities between the UK and emerging economies and the first physical Amazon Fresh grocery store opened in LA.
We’re worn out just thinking about all that ecommerce potential!
As always, keep in touch!
Screwfix to open 40 new stores by the new year.
China: How can Waitrose profit where ASOS couldn’t?
UK ecommerce software PureClarity is SaaS solution of the year.
How 2020 has seen years of change take place in brand retail in just months.
Why Hibbett Sports’ 212% Digital Growth Is Just the Beginning.
Affin Bank on rising e-commerce trend for newly-launched dual credit cards.
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Kohl’s Looks Poised on Solid Online Sales & Partnerships.
Amazon speeds ahead of e-commerce competitors in Q2 2020 with a 41.8% QoQ rise.