How Brands Can Succeed At Cross-Border In the Age of Amazon

| Ahmed Naiem

Retailers cannot ignore the force that is Amazon, because they’ve been a game changer in the world of ecommerce, making their name synonymous with online shopping. But are shoppers in other markets getting the same outstanding customer experience that millions of loyal Prime members in the U.S. have come to expect? Here are tips on how merchants can capitalize on Amazon’s weaknesses in cross-border ecommerce by differentiating after the click.

Amazon Go Launches at Seattle HQ, A Year After the Fact

| Mike O'Brien

Amazon launched its first Amazon Go store on the ground floor of a building in its sprawling Seattle headquarters. Shoppers simply walk out of the store after scanners add up the purchases, send them to an app and have it deducted from their account. See what else the disruptive location has in store.

Study Finds Affluent Shoppers Prefer Discount Retailers

| Daniela Forte

Affluent consumers are becoming more price sensitive when it comes to embracing industry disruptors like artificial intelligence, Amazon and mobile technology to compare prices. See what is driving this trend and what it means for both discount and full-priced retailers.

Don’t Get Left in Amazon’s Dust. Learn How to Adapt

| Jim Doherty

Considering that the average American spends almost half their day tied to a screen, it’s no surprise they start their shopping journey online. Here are some helpful tips to consider that will prevent you from ending up getting eaten for lunch by Amazon.