As the number of internet users in China is constantly on the rise, more consumers are looking to Social Media channels as their most trustworthy source of information for purchasing decisions. In the face of this new trend and as part of its mission to support Italian wine producers wishing to expand their share in the Chinese wine market, Vinitaly International carried out a survey aimed at mapping out, for the very first time, the social media preferences of Chinese wine professionals. Here’s a look at some of the findings.
Macy’s Inc. said Thursday that it will close approximately 100 Macy’s full-line stores and will invest in improvements in ongoing stores and digital vehicles. Stores will remain critical customer touchpoints for Macy’s, along with online shopping and mobile apps, as omnichannel retailing continues to evolve, Macy’s Inc. said in a press release.
The number of Americans who have searched for Donald Trump merchandise since April outnumbers those who have searched for Hillary Clinton merchandise by a margin of almost five-to-one. But when looking at the boost in online searches for such merchandise prior to and just after each candidate’s nominating convention, Clinton received the bigger “bounce.” Here’s a deep dive into presidential ecommerce merchandise search stats from Hitwise, a division of Connexity.
At press time, Walmart has yet to acquire Jet.com, as The Wall Street Journal suggested was a $3 billion possibility on August 3. But industry experts say Walmart’s acquisition of Jet.com could be kind of a big deal. Here’s a look into all the possibilities a marriage of Walmart and Jet.com could bring.
Walmart is in talks to buy ecommerce marketplace startup Jet.com, according to an article published August 3 by The Wall Street Journal. And the price tag is not a Rollback deal: According to the article, sourced say Walmart is willing to pay $3. Lets take a look at why Jet.com is a vital piece to Walmart’s ecommerce puzzle.