If youre anything like the average online retailer, you probably enjoy top line growth of around 15-20%.
The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index have revealed online sales are back on track following a disappointing end to H1, recording an annual growth of 14% in July.
A recent study has revealed that 60% of millenials surveyed expect a consistent experience whether online, in-store or on the phone
The research by Micros shows that UK retailers are offering more delivery options to overseas shoppers. Of the retailers tested in this years research, 31% had a standard and an express delivery service for international customers, up from 18% in 2012.
19% annual growth boosted by surge in high-powered vacuum cleaners
Recent research shows that British customers vote with their feet when companies experience technical difficulties
New research has shown that young shoppers are set to spend £5.7 billion online in 2014.
Asda has unveiled plans to grow its online business by expanding its home shopping and click and collect service over the next four years.
Price comparison websites are squeezing out traditional financial brands online, taking more than 60% of all online traffic in the sector, according to the latest Stickyeyes Intelligence Report.
With new eCommerce site launches in Germany, France and the Netherlands in the last twelve months, no one could accuse the iconic footwear brand Dr Martens of resting on their laurels and relying on their heritage to sell their products.
Bronto Software has launched Cart Recovery, an app that will help retailers bring back customers who have left their online shopping carts, turning potential lost sales into actual revenue.
Facebook is testing a SnapChat style feature for status updates, as the social network continues to emulate the success of chat apps.