8 Yogi-isms for the Ecommerce World

| Tim Parry

On my drive to work Wednesday morning, I was thinking how Yogi Berra said a lot of things that, many years later, can be translated into the retail world. So in honor of Yogi Berra, and using his jersey number, here are 8 Yogi-isms for the ecommerce world.

Amazon Dash Buttons are Way Cooler Than Post-it-Notes

| Tim Parry

And the latest shiny object is a shiny button: Amazon Dash allows Amazon Prime members to pay an additional $4.99 per product to buy that product from Amazon without lifting a finger… except for that finger the customer uses to press the Amazon Dash button.

AmazonFresh Expands to the U.K.

| Daniela Forte

While several U.S. cities have yet to reap the benefits of AmazonFresh, several reports are indicating the grocery delivery service will begin expanding overseas to the U.K. as early as September of this year.

How a Los Angeles-Area Ecommerce Startup Paved its Cross-Border Sales Path

| Tim Parry

This is the story of Tech Armor, a Los Angeles based ecommerce company that found a niche as a cross-border seller of mobile accessories. Tech Armor Co-founders and General Managers Joe Jaconi and Eric Tong will share its story of global ecommerce growth on July 22 at the Growing Global conference in Hollywood, CA.

Amazon Wants to Keep its Global Footing with Prime Day

| Tim Parry

On the surface, Amazon’s Prime Day celebration seems to be what it is – a one-day shopping holiday that will probably take place July 15 of every year. But Prime Day can also be viewed as an attempt by Amazon to remain the dominant global marketplace player. It’s pretty clear, based on a series of events since it went public in January, that Alibaba wants to take Amazon’s crown as the world’s top marketplace.