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Wayfair Inc. an online destination for home furnishings and décor, announced a partnership with Porch.com, a home services platform for homeowners and home professionals. See what the is partnership will mean for both Wayfair and Porch.com.
With Target’s digital sales reaching an all-time high, Chargebacks911 co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, Monica Eaton-Cardone cautions the retailer to beware of rising chargeback fraud, and advises taking proactive measures to prevent losses.
Amazon Payments Partner Program is designed to help ecommerce platform providers and developers extend the trust and familiarity of Amazon Payments to their merchant customers.
Alibaba Group, an online and mobile marketplace, and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, the New Zealand Government’s international business development agency, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formalize discussions for strengthening trade between China and New Zealand and support the growth of New Zealand brands in China. See what this means for the marketplace and how it will impact New Zealand and China.
Ingram Micro Commerce & Fulfillment Solutions announced the official launch of its new strategy at ingrammicrocommerce.com, focused on providing brands and retailers with global commerce growth opportunities.
maker of fine Belgian chocolates, following deployment of the Zmags Creator digital publishing platform for Godiva’s Valentine’s Day 2016 campaign. See what results Godiva garnered working with Zmags.
Newegg announced it will team with Facebook messenger to enhance customer support. See what Newegg’s plans are and what this will mean for their customer support.
Cross-border commerce is still in the development stage in many parts of the world, but is well established in China. Costco, Nautica, Nike, Macy’s and many others have embraced cross-border commerce as a big opportunity. Here’s how to further understand the cross-border commerce revolution and how to create a China supply chain.
Michael C. Fina, the world renowned luxury tableware, engagement jewelry and wedding registry resource, announced the next chapter in its more than 80-year legacy, transforming into an online-only retailer. As part of the transition to become an online-only retailer, Michael C. Fina will close its retail location at 500 Park Avenue effective April 16. Here’s a look into how the luxury tableware, engagement jewelry and wedding registry resource will transition into an ecommerce-only model.
April Fools’ Day came one day early for fans of Trader Joe’s. But the joke was on Yahoo news, which posted the faux Trader Joe’s press release (and has since pulled it from the web). But Trader Joe’s was far from the only April Fools’ Day prankster.
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