UK shoppers buy more products online and spend more money than internet users in any other European country, according to new research.
The US holiday shopping season is starting earlier, with Thanksgiving now marking the start of the online shopping frenzy this festive season, according to new research.
Temperatures expected to drop below -20 with severe weather warnings for the next two weeks issued by the Met Office. More and more companies are struggling to keep their offices open and it couldn’t come at a worse time as the UK economy gears up for Christmas.
Around seven million people in the UK are waiting until Christmas Day to buy friends and family presents this year, according to new research.
Poor preparation from UK e-retailers could result in lost sales on the UK’s biggest online shopping day, Mega Monday.
While 58 % of top online UK retailers are ‘mobile ready’, only 19 % of consumers plan to shop online this Christmas via their handsets, according to new research.
Two in five (42%) of British consumers would be disappointed with a sextoy as their gift, and 38% would not like a scented candle, according to a new survey.
Today is Cyber Monday, the biggest shopping day of the year and UK shoppers are set to spend more than £250 each online, giving etailers their best Christmas haul to date. Despite this, OpTier, a leader in business transaction management, is warning retailers not to count their Turkeys too soon.
This Christmas is set to be another big success for online retailers, with IMRG estimating that £6.4bn will be spent throughout December. In this article, six of the UK’s biggest online retailers make their predictions for the best-selling gifts during the festive season.
Almost £1 million will be spent in just one minute as Christmas shoppers snap up deals on 6th December, widely referred to as ‘Mega Monday’, according to a new report.