The British are the most avid online shoppers in Europe, with 41 per cent of consumers making online purchases every week, according to a new Mastercard report.
The BRC is inviting students at UK higher education institutions to participate in a paper contest on cyber security risks facing the UK retail industry, with a focus on how to tackle them.
Teens are now bunching their social network activity around four main social networks: Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook and have stopped using smaller ones such as Kik or Tumblr, according to new research.
UK marketers are struggling to understand how to best spend their growing content marketing budgets and cant find skilled people to deliver an effective plan.
A defective product recalled around the world has the potential to result in larger and more complex losses for businesses than ever before, warns Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty
A resurgence in apparel sales at grocery stores and a boom in revenues at online-only retailers are driving growth in the value clothing sector, according to a new report from retail think tank, Fung Global Retail & Technology.
Study reveals that 40% of UK retailers websites experience downtime during seasonal peaks, such as Easter.
Despite 93 per cent of consumers revealing they are more likely to buy if they receive a positive customer experience, UK retailers are struggling to deliver adequate, consistent service new research suggests.
The Google Image Search app for Android is getting a new similar items feature offering users a selection of products to buy related to their search.
Todays customers expect their online experiences to be fast, simple and seamless. Website users who have a good experience are more likely to stay on your site and spend money. By Tasin Reza, CRO Director at RedEye
Bricks and mortar stores have to do more to satisfy tech savvy shoppers and improve the in-store experience, according to new research.
GfKs Confidence Index stayed at -6 in March.