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  • GSMA offers framework for mobilising retail

    GSMA offers framework for mobilising retail

    Global mobile operators association GSMA points towards a new dawn in retail, where technology bolsters bricks and mortar stores and allows the high street to thrive.

    GSMA offers framework for mobilising retail
  • Hammerson to drive footfall with mobile app

    Hammerson to drive footfall with mobile app

    Property firm Hammerson has revealed a number of multichannel initiatives to help drive footfall to its shopping centres.

    Hammerson to drive footfall with mobile app
  • Next faces up to new multichannel challenges

    Next faces up to new multichannel challenges

    Next Direct sales rose 8.3% in the first half of 2013, but how is the retailer amending its multichannel strategy to boost its chances of further growth?

    Next faces up to new multichannel challenges
  • New direction for European eCommerce

    New direction for European eCommerce

    Northern Europe's online retail market is maturing so must find fresh routes to growth, but new regions are emerging as eCommerce hot spots. Ben Sillitoe looks at the current state of European e-tail.

    New direction for European eCommerce
  • Tesco uses social media for royal engagement

    Tesco uses social media for royal engagement

    UK retailer is quick to use Twitter to get involved in the royal baby discussions.

    Tesco uses social media for royal engagement
  • Is 21st century online shopping held back by Victorian technology?

    Is 21st century online shopping held back by Victorian technology?

    Mike McMaster, head of client services at tech solutions provider Rapide, comments on some of the technical constraints holding back the UK’s forward-thinking retailers.

    Is 21st century online shopping held back by Victorian technology?
  • Fighting cart abandonment

    Fighting cart abandonment

    Guy Mucklow, CEO of web services and solutions firm Postcode Anywhere, offers advice on avoiding eCommerce cart abandonment.

    Fighting cart abandonment
  • Digital as the fulcrum point

    Digital as the fulcrum point

    Retailers now need to consider technology at every decision point. Technology Innovation strategist Heath Cormack, who has worked in technology roles at a number of the UK’s leading retailers, offers some thoughts on how the emergence of digital in recent years has empowered customers.

    Digital as the fulcrum point
  • Step by step approach to omni-channel

    Step by step approach to omni-channel

    Eurostop will be exhibiting at RBTE 2014. Phillip Moylan, sales & marketing manager at Eurostop, offers his thoughts on implementing omni-channel retail, and how it can bring in new business.

    Step by step approach to omni-channel
  • New data sources to help retailers stock for “forgotten fifth” of shoppers

    New data sources to help retailers stock for “forgotten fifth” of shoppers

    Emerging ‘big data’ can tell retailers what they could sell on- and off-line by stocking the right sizes, in the right places, at the right time.

    New data sources to help retailers stock for “forgotten fifth” of shoppers
  • The retail technology revolution: it's just the beginning

    The retail technology revolution: it's just the beginning

    The last decade has seen a technological revolution in the retail sector. Ajay Joshi, head of media at customer journey specialist Tensator, asks are retailers actually reaching their full potential?

    The retail technology revolution: it's just the beginning
  • Coupon surge: 90% of consumers use coupons, saving £2.3bn a year

    Coupon surge: 90% of consumers use coupons, saving £2.3bn a year

    The growing consumer appetite for redeeming money-off coupons has increased dramatically with a vast 90% of UK consumers stating that they use coupons. As a result, by using coupons, shoppers save on average £5.70 each per month, amounting to a massive total of £2.3 billion a year.

    Coupon surge: 90% of consumers use coupons, saving £2.3bn a year

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