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E-Commerce News: 04-10 March 2016


Dear ecommerce folks,

We hope that you are having a great week, with sales piling up, deliveries handled safe and sound, and most importantly, your gems, your customers being kept happy and satisfied.

We really assume that you safely hand all things required to achieve that on a day to day basis, so want to keep you up to date again, with our insightful weekly digest on ecommerce news and tips that fell into our radar last week.

Lean back and enjoy reading it.

Last week’s ecommerce news and tips digest was heavily on Amazon due to the company’s few announcements echoed in the chambers of the ecommerce market, but this week, we have mainly news on other players from all around the world, and from diversified markets.

Well, it’s a fact, Domino’s Pizza is an innovative company, indeed. The company heavily invests in ecommerce and always tries to find ways to connect with its customers, and in that regard, they try to dig in for new methods from an omni-channel perspective. In its recent announcement, the company stated that mobile commerce constitutes nearly the half of the business. We believe that, Domino’s is sort of showing us the glimpse of what the future will bring in food commerce.

Another company news comes from the apparel industry and the player in the spotlight is Abercrombie & Fitch. In a statement on its figures from 2015, the company stated that ecommerce constitutes the %24 of of its total sales.

An interesting data came in from another lovemark for the fashion retail industry. Crocs announced that its ecommerce business grew more than %10, while its total sales decreased for about %8. Taking a look into the industry in general, this trend, which shows growth trajectories in ecommerce, but declines in total, is not a rare sight.

Mobile payments industry keeps remaining vibrant, with so many players working on cracking the mainstream distrubution. Google is one of those active players, and announced its invisible payments with Hands Free app last week.

Last week, we also enjoyed many insightful and thought-provoking posts and articles in the ecommerce blogosphere, and here goes few of them:


Well, last week, on Prisync Blog, we covered 6 simple practices to be implemented to avoid fraudulent attempts towards ecommerce sites. You better check them out, because you know what they say: Safety First!

Community is all what many businesses have, and that’s not an exception to ecommerce only. Becky Bieber of SAP covered a lovely piece on how to with community-powered commerce and it’s definitely worth reading.

Gas prices are sort of riding on a roller-coaster these days, and it’s wise to dig down the effects of these fluctuations on retail market. Well, this piece on RetailWire just does that and tries to see whether low gas prices help or hurt retailers.

Cross-border commerce is a big thing nowadays, and the Canadian-US border is a hot one in respect to that. US online shoppers nowadays are flocking towards Canadian ecommerce sites due to the declines in Canadian dollar and this piece on Internet Retailer analyses this situation insightfully.

Conférence Bestfact sur la logistique et les intermodalités européennes, tenue dans la Grande Arche de la Défense

Networking is a must for any industry when applied in the right dose. On Prisync Blog, last week, we listed 9 major European ecommerce events happening in 2016, from Paris to Amsterdam, Stockholm and all.

Smart Insights published a lovely infographic on their blog last week on the state of online retail in 2016 and we felt that it’d be a lovely thing to share that on our weekly ecommerce news and tips digest this week as a closing remark. 🙂

We hope that you enjoyed the news and tips we shared this week and hope to see you again here, next week.


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