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The government of India could allow foreign direct investment in India’s ecommerce sector as early as next month, paving the way for global online retailers such as Amazon to expand their business, according to a report published June 4 by Reuters.
Sailing Capital Consortium won the June 2 auction for a final purchase price of $135.7 million. Under Sailing, Brookstone will continue to operate as a stand-alone company and brand.
Ross Kramer talks with Multichannel Merchant about best practices for creating back-in-stock alerts, effective use of welcome emails, personalized product recommendations in emails, and recovery of abandoned carts… and he gives us a sneak peek at his IRCE session on email marketing.
At IRCE 2014, Shah will explain the company’s strategy, what it took to turn the ship and how the new focus has helped the company deepen its bond with shoppers.
Frederick’s of Hollywood Group Inc. has announced the completion of its acquisition led by a group consisting of HGI Funding LLC. The total transaction is valued at approximately $24.8 million.
Just because your email marketing messages are compliant with CAN-SPAM laws does NOT mean you care complient with the Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL), which goes into effect on June 1.
Ecommerce merchants have been trying to crack the personalization code for some time now. And the ones that have cracked it, like SmartFurniture, are offering their customers a more relevant experience, and converting at a higher rate than the competition. In this video, SmartFurniture president and CEO T.J. Gentle shows us their path to a personalized experience.
Canadian online marketplace increases customer engagement and social sharing through automated video solution.
Check out this video from Montréal-based email marketing firm CakeMail to see if your Canada-bound emails are compliant, and learn the difference between CASL and CAN-SPAM.