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BizReport | Ecommerce January 27, 2017

Poor ecommerce experiences impact High Street stores

As if Britain's High Streets aren't already in a precarious position, more research reveals the harm to the UK's town centers if retailers don't up their digital game. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce December 18, 2015

Brits to spend £2.2m for every minute stores are open on Panic Saturday

In the final few days before Christmas, British consumers will spend billions in last-minute purchases according to a variety of new predictions. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 06, 2014

Online retailers plan physical presence on Britain's high streets

The Internet has long been blamed for the demise of bricks-and-mortar stores but, according to the results of a recent study by the Royal Mail in the UK, some small online retailers have plans to head to the high street.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce October 09, 2013

Despite online, mobile top retailers plan more stores

Some of the world's largest retailers dismiss the demise of physical stores and plan to increase their footprint. More than two-thirds say stores remain their most important shopping channel.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce September 20, 2013

Venda: Poor stock management costing UK retailers billions

It's a tough climate on the High Street for UK retailers, yet many are failing to help themselves due to poor stock management which means consumers are leaving their stores empty-handed, some never to return.... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing January 09, 2013

Showrooming the cause of half a billion pound 'leak' from UK High Streets

In the run up to Christmas, half a billion pounds of business walked out of UK retailers' stores to be spent at a competitor's outlet thanks to the practice of showrooming.... >>

BizReport | October 31, 2012

EIU: By 2022 a third of UK retail will be done online

In their latest report, the Economist Intelligence Unit reveals that at least one third of retail in the UK will take place online 10 years from now.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce September 21, 2012

yStats: Half of physical stores in UK to close by 2020

As the number of Internet users in the UK continues to grow, so does the number of people shopping online. According to new figures released by Germany-based market researchers yStats, online and mobile shopping channels could force the closure of... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce May 10, 2012

Record-breaking rain does nothing to boost online sales in UK

Inclement weather often prompts consumers to head online, but the latest online sales figures from the British Retail Consortium reveal that even the wettest April on record can't halt the downward trajectory of the country's retail sector.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce March 08, 2012

Mobile: Study reveals emergence of 'showrooming' in UK

Today's shoppers on the high street or in malls are armed with mobile technology that can transform the way they shop. Ongoing research in the UK by Intersperience has revealed that 'showrooming' has already begun to affect traditional retailers. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce February 14, 2012

Young consumers not abandoning physical stores for online

More research, this time from Saatchi & Saatchi, suggests that the youth of today haven't altogether abandoned the high street for online shopping and continue to visit, and spend in, physical stores. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce November 29, 2011

'January sales' frenzy a thing of the past?

Smartphones are changing the face of retail and now, according to some experts, as users come to expect all-year-round deals and promotions, retailers are having to rethink their post-holiday sales strategies. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce September 28, 2011

Report: Amazon UK's top retail brand

Amazon beats homegrown traditional retailers to become the UK's top retail brand, according to a new retail brand report commissioned by comparison shopping site Kelkoo.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce September 05, 2011

Bodum opens first 'lab' shopping experience

The high street is evolving thanks to online and mobile shopping. Research suggests that stores as we know them will be a thing of the past before long, and kitchenware brand Bodum is leading the way with the launch of... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce July 21, 2011

Better prices, no queues and wider choice reasons to shop online

The vast majority of shoppers consider the Internet the place to find the best deals, according to new research from price comparison website Shopping.com, and the British Retail Consortium shows high street sales in the UK fell in June. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce August 12, 2010

eCommera: Brits spend $111 per month online

Almost half of U.K. consumers shop online at least once a week, found a new survey from U.K.-based eCommera, but many avoid websites with poor images and product descriptions. Online retailers must optimize their websites if they are to attract... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 28, 2010

Frozen Brits stay indoors and shop online

Britain's "Big Freeze" has forced many who were intending to shop on the High Street to log on and shop online, according to new research by GfK NOP.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce October 21, 2009

Major British high street retailers up the ante online

British high-street retailers have upped the ante when it comes to improving the usability of their websites, but WHSmith remains the top ranked website for the second year running.... >>

BizReport | Research November 20, 2008

Asia Pacific shoppers shun high street for Internet

Shoppers in Asia Pacific prefer purchasing online rather than a trip down the high street or mall, according to Visa's recent e-Commerce Tracking study.... >>

BizReport | Research February 19, 2008

British shoppers frustrated with offline shopping experiences

Limited stock, crowded stores and poor customer service are driving more and more British shoppers away from the High Street stores and online, according to recent research by Accenture. ... >>

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