Big businesses need to make a big noise. They need their message to be seen and heard by a large number of people to attract people to their products and services.
eBay, the online marketplace, has conducted a study into the emotional intensity of Christmas shopping; looking at the attitudes and pressures of both online and offline experiences.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales have become key events on the UK’s shopping calendar. This year, according to new research from Gocompare.com Credit Cards, consumers will spend an estimated £4.9 billion (£175 per household) on bagging bargains in the weekend-long sales commencing Friday 25 November.
As Brits start to turn their minds towards filling this year’s stockings, Mintel estimates that total UK retail sales will grow 2.5% in December 2016 to reach £42.2 billion.
Social influencers are at the forefront, shaping digital communications for the fashion and beauty industries, yet there remains a massive disconnect in the way influencers and brands currently work together, finds the new Fashion and Beauty Monitor report produced in association with Econsultancy.
German online fashion retailer Zalando has capitalised on European consumers’ changing shopping habits and love of mobile to become the fastest-growing company in its sector, and Chi Chan, European Equities Portfolio Manager at Hermes Investment Management, expects its scale, aggressive marketing and effective technology to make it a dominant e-commerce vendor.
Let's talk about people who thrive on buying either the cheapest version of everything, or the first version they find without bothering to do research or compare options.
When it comes to sending parcels abroad, a lot of people will head straight to the post office and get it delivered through Royal Mail.
Millions of parents are being left in the dark by their super-geek kids, according to new research.
It isn’t a pleasant way of going about things, but in order to begin to understand the importance of application layer security, you need to consider the worst case scenario.
Millions of UK consumers have taken to social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter to air their grievances about companies’ products and services.
UK festival goers are set to spend an average of £179 on clothes and accessories– close to the cost of a 2016 Glastonbury ticket – just to create the perfect festival image for Instagram, according to new research from B, the new money management app.
Any business manager worth their salt should appreciate just how important a company’s online presence is. Today, our lives are dominated by technology and the expectations of the modern consumer are such that having a solid online offering is essential.
With today’s technology, it's no longer quite accurate to say that the future is already upon us. Sometimes it seems more like the future actually arrived yesterday and we’re just racing to catch up.
New research from Gocompare.com Money has found that it can pay to be social as millions of people are trying their luck and entering competitions and giveaways via social media like Facebook and Twitter.
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