Olá pessoal do e-comércio!
Welcome to our weekly e-commerce news and tips digest!
Novo esta semana, we rounded up the hottest and freshest e-commerce news from the market, along with the lovely pieces of thoughts by several e-commerce experts we follow in the e-commerce blogosphere.
Então, Apertem os cintos, and let’s deep dive into the news and tips of last week!
Como ’ s o caso em quase cada resumo semanal dos nossos, there is always a thread stealing the show and attracting the most attention during the week in the market. This week the actor was Amazon and the plot was an interesting partnership inked.
Amazônia, just partnered with British supermarket chain Morrissons to deliver fresh grocery to its customers. It’s hard to keep pace with Jeff Bezos and it seems that this partnership is just the beginning for Amazon.
Uma grande parceria certamente trouxe muitas perguntas e “Five questions raised by the Amazon & Morrisons grocery deal” article puts 5 deles de forma bastante clara..
A semana passada, outro mercado influenciando a notícia veio novamente da Amazon e desta vez a questão foi do transporte. Amazon criou o limite de envio gratuito para 49$ and the market immediately started to discuss its impact on the competitive landscape.
We were also all ears for the news on Souq.com’s massive round of 275 million USD last week. Sobre o investimento e a M&Um lado das coisas, there was also two other important news as well.
Jet.com adquiriu a varejista on-line de mobiliário de casa Hayneedle.com, and the same-day delivery service Deliv raised 28 million USDs with UPS as the lead investor.
When it comes to cross-border e-commerce, China é sempre o país para assistir. E na semana passada, Nós ouvimos as notícias sobre mudanças de política fiscal na China, sobre as compras no exterior.
While most of the wind has been blowing the market towards the north, there is always something in the opposite side, como BestBuy ’ s decisão de encerrar suas operações de mercado.
Along with all this news, A semana passada, Nós também gostou de ler este pedaço perspicaz HTML5 and its use cases for e-commerce. Checking it out totally helps to know more about HTML5 and keep it safe from a dangerous buzzword position.
Outra peça instigante, descobrimos que na semana passada foi fixando o UI-wise influence of Tinder on several e-commerce applications. Bem, it’s not that rare to have a mobile shopping app with a swipe gesture, direito?
Finalmente, as believers of data-driven approaches in e-commerce, we read and share this piece on Retailwire.com on 4 shifts that are shaping the retail data.