Online shopping continues to grow in the UK, with £5.3 billion spent online during May; a year-on-year increase of 18%. However, Brits are preferring to make lots of small purchases rather than big investments, according to the latest data from the IMRG and Capgemini. Here, key figures form the UK ecomerce industry share their experience … [Read more…]
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The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index have revealed continuing strong growth for online sales in April, with shoppers in the UK spending a total of £5.2 billion online, a significant 19% more than April 2010 and equivalent to £84 per person. In this article, key figures form the UK online retail … [Read more…]
The London 2012 Ticket site has been the most popular new ecommerce site so far this year, while Tesco overtook Play to become the third most searched-for online retailer in the UK, according to new research from the IMRG and Experian Hitwise.
eBay Advertising is launching ad placements on its UK daily and weekly deals newsletter which reaches millions of eBay shoppers, with the RAC the first to sign up to the new format.
eBay Advertising and BMW have announced a new advertising campaign to support the leading car maker’s first venture into e-commerce.
It’s a massive sum for a company that doesn’t turn a profit, but could internet phone company Skype finally get the step-change it needs? Microsoft’s dominance in Office could see Skype integrated into the operating systems of hundreds of millions of PCs, as well as the growing Windows Mobile platforms. This could be game changing, … [Read more…]
As the high street reports the worst drop in sales for 15 years, the latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index reveal that online sales are bucking the trend by recording continued growth.
EBay plans to buy e-commerce service provider GSI Commerce for $2.4bn (£1.2bn) to build up its online marketplaces as it ramps up its battle with Amazon.com.