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Michael B. Polk, currently CEO of Newell Rubbermaid, will become CEO of Newell Brands. The combined company creates a $16 billion consumer goods company with portfolio of power brands in large, growing and unconsolidated global markets.
While the retail industry overall reports from comScore, ShopperTrak and National Retail Federation report tepid holiday sales results so far, MarketLive is reporting across-the-board double-digit increases in online traffic, conversion and revenues within its customer base.
Reflektion’s Kurt Heinemann talks about Cyber Weekend 2015 trends, including email abuse and mobile commerce’s new role.
ASOS, the global fashion destination for twenty-somethings, has chosen customer identity management firm Gigya to power end-to-end user registration and login on ASOS’ websites and mobile applications, including Android, iOS and its recently launched Apple Watch app.
U.S. shopping holidays such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday are capturing a cross-border audience. Cross-border consumers are continuing to shop online from their favorite American retailers and brands this holiday season while taking advantage of special deals and seasonal promotions, according to data from Pitney Bowes.
Buy online, pick up in store… Seems pretty easy from the customer point of view, and seems pretty complicated from a retailer’s perspective. And during the holiday season, omnichannel shopping should be nerve-racking for everyone. But truth be told, my BOPIS experience over Cyber Weekend 2015 went pretty well, for the most part. Any glitches […]
ChannelAdvisor Executive Chairman and Founder Scot Wingo was gracious enough to do a Google Hangout video interview with Multichannel Merchant on Tuesday to talk about Cyber Weekend 2015. Not only did Scot and Multichannel Merchant Managing Editor Tim Parry discuss Amazon’s strong showing, eBay’s weak strategy, and great surges by omnichannel marketplaces, but they discussed China’s Singles Day, and why Star Wars merchandise didn’t fare well over the Cyber 5.
All sorts of sales records were set on Cyber Monday 2015. IBM reported a 17.8% lift in Cyber Monday sales, and Adobe said nearly $3 billion was spent online.
Despite closing its doors and urging its customers to “Opt Outside” on both days, U.S. retailer REI saw growth in online traffic from customers on both days.
Cyber Weekend sales from Thanksgiving through Sunday reached $8.03 billion, a 17% increase, or $1.14 billion more, than in 2014, according to Adobe.
by Pau Sabria
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