For businesses of all kinds, but especially those that are used to face-to-face customer interaction, it can be easy to dismiss the value of social media for generating leads.
Celebrities have long partnered with beauty brands to drive product purchasing, but it seems today’s beauty consumer is more interested in what the girl or boy next door is using.
The modern workforce is undoubtedly rapidly changing in complexion, as ever-greater numbers of Baby Boomers contemplate retirement and they are steadily replaced by a whole new generation: the Millennials.
Amazon.co.uk has launched the Business, Industrial & Scientific Supplies Store featuring more than half a million products including Lab & Scientific Products, Professional Medical Supplies, Power & Hand Tools, Additive Manufacturing Products including 3D printing, Janitorial & Sanitation Supplies, Occupational Health & Safety Products, Tapes, Adhesives & Sealers and Test, Measure & Inspect Devices.
Retailers at the forefront of opportunity to capitalise on the rise of consumerisation of technology and growth on online sales.
Nowadays, with many companies putting so much emphasis on social networking, it’s easy for us to overlook the sheer importance of email, with many people now considering email as an afterthought.
Consumers are constantly looking for ways to not only save money but do so in a way that doesn’t take them hours of searching and comparing prices.
With online sales of electrical and electronic goods remaining hot on the heels of fashion over the past few years, new research from Mintel finds they will finally surge ahead to take the top spot in 2015.
In a world of social networks and online communities taking ‘friendship’ circles and connections into the hundreds and thousands for most individuals, a new global survey by Mercure Hotels has revealed that the average Brit has just three people in his or her life that they consider ‘a close friend’.
Two thirds of people aged over 65 said they consider the internet and computers to be the most revolutionary inventions of their lifetime. The internet beats the invention of TV, radio and nuclear power in a poll commissioned by EE to mark the launch of its annual Techy Tea Party Day.
Shoppers now have access to the most luxurious beauty treatments at discounted prices this summer via TopCashback.co.uk.
Children are learning how to use the internet at younger ages now and it is important that as they learn they are taught things they can take with them into adulthood, and into future jobs.
The rapid growth of digital banking has driven increased customer engagement, the latest figures from the Halifax Digital Dashboard show.
Any successful business must ensure that their level of customer service is as high as possible.
An efficient supply chain is vital to the business world. It’s also important for the consumer, as goods must be transported to their destination in a timely and safe manner in order that the customer can reap maximum benefit from them.
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