Online grocery shopping could soon see consumers use a Buy British button to help filter out non-UK produce as part of post-Brexit policy proposals.
Facebook, Google, Alibaba, John Lewis and Sainsburys are among the companies providing input at the InternetRetailing Expo (IRX) and eDelivery Expo (EDX) co-located at NEC Birmingham from April 5-6
Omnichannel retailer John Lewis has chosen a software partner to develop its Supplier Direct Channel
At Mobile World Congress, Mastercard announced that it will expand Qkr! with Masterpass, a mobile order-ahead and payment platform developed by Mastercard Labs, to six new markets and add new functionality to eliminate the traditional bar tab at a bar, club or restaurant.
The impact of Brexit has been mixed, with just over half (51%) of retail decision makers surveyed saying that they have seen an impact on sales in the UK since the EU referendum in 2016, with most favouring a so-called soft Brexit, according to new research.
The iconic PG tips Monkey has come to life online as a Facebook Messenger chatbot for Red Nose Day.
72% of marketers consider data analysis to be the most important skill for their organisation to acquire over the next two years.
Research has revealed some telling online shopping frustrations with a third (31%) of shoppers criticising online merchants for failing to offer their preferred payment option.
Most UK consumers are not interested in embracing the six technology trends tipped as ones to watch this year, according to new research.
Coca-Cola was the most purchased brand in the world during 2016, followed by Colgate and Lifebuoy soap, according to a new study.
Consumers who prefer to engage brands through digital channels are more likely to swap providers than those that engage with businesses by phone, via the contact centre or in-store, according to new research.
A 12 month survey for 2016 conducted by Optilead has identified that 81% of online abandonment were totally ignored.