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Retailers are diving into online retail as consumers across the globe in both developed and devloping markets across the globe, according to this infographic by SnapParcel. Global online retail sales has seen an increase of 17% since 2007.
Alipay, China’s largest e-payments provider, has been cutting deals to get non-Chinese e-tailers to adopt it as a payment option. Alipay, which now settles transactions in 14 currencies and 34 countries, created this infographic containing some interesting stats surrounding the company’s growing cross-border business.
Tmall Global recently surveyed more than 5,600 cross-border shoppers from China to better understand their characteristics and preferences. This infographic shows some of Tmall Global’s key findings.
Over half of B2B customers are using smartphone to research products to purchase for their companies, it is imperative for B2B companies to invest in a mobile future in order to remain viable in the competitive digital environment.
Based on a recent Alteryx and RetailWire survey of nearly 350 retailers and brand manufacturers, this infographic illustrates the top three ways progressive retailers are using shopper insights to drive marketing and merchandising decisions, and more.
Back-to-school shoppers are taking advantage of all the options offered to them in today’s omnichannel environment, and toggling between channels and devices to facilitate different parts of the shopping experience.
Make no mistake; the B2B ecommerce software market is even bigger than its more famous sibling, the B2C market, and independent software vendors stand to make big bucks selling to business and organizations of all kinds.
Online retailers are actively pursuing the promise of m-commerce as more of the web continues to “go mobile.” The difficulty is satisfying the needs of mobile users. Instart Logic reveals in this infographic three sizable gaps between what etailers know works, and what they’re actually doing.
The penalties for not complying with CASL can run as high as $10 million and result in personal liability for company officers and directors.
It has become imperative for executives at every level to understand the significance of tablets and how they influence the purchasing cycle and overall consumer engagement.