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The latest headlines from the world of online marketplaces and commerce
By Chris Dawson January 24, 2020 - 10:00 am

Do you need to register and pay the Data Protection Fee?

The Information Commissioner’s Office has launched a campaign to remind sole traders, small companies and SMEs of their legal responsibility to pay a Data Protection Fee. The move marks the start of an extensive programme to make sure the Data Protection Fee is paid by

Tamebay 2020 Back to Work Tips – Sandy Scott

In the latest instalment of our 2020 Back to Work Tips series, Sandy Scott CEO of Volo Commerce considers how you could grow your business by 5 or 10 times in 2020 and what that would look like. Over the past few months, Sandy has been

ShippingEasy release 2020 guide for US shipping rate changes

ShippingEasy have just released their ecommerce seller's Guide to 2020 Shipping Rate Changes. The guide aims to ease you into the dreaded new year price increases by helping you understand the changes taking place, work out the best courier for your particular shipping requirements and

Brexit Bill has been given Royal Assent

Today the Queen put her signature to the Brexit Bill giving it Royal Assent meaning that it passes into UK Law finally bringing an end to constant delays and uncertainty as to when (or if) we will leave the EU. There are still some steps to

Britains £7.9m December Drunk Shopping Spree

I remember a particularly drunken night when it seemed like a great idea to do some online drunk shopping buy an American fridge freezer and a dishwasher in the early hours, just to wake up the next morning and undertake some hasty hung over measuring

Amazon goes Double Dutch

eCommeleon are the first ecommerce partner to announce support for Amazon's new Dutch marketplace in the Netherlands and they've identified some challenges for online retailers looking to adopt the platform. It's not all plain sailing as co-founder Eduard Gerritsen explains - some things have been

Disney are cracking down on Baby Yoda copyright infringements

Since the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Baby Yoda has been a massive hit and Disney's efforts to keep him under wraps has caused a platoon of unofficial Baby Yoda's. Disney are now cracking down on offending businesses by issuing takedown notices

Tamebay 2020 Back to Work Tips – Automation

In the latest instalment of our 2020 Back to Work Tips series, Jan Strassen of One Stop Order Processing discusses not just what you automation you should enable in your business but also how to monitor and improve your workflow systems Automation Why spend hours doing jobs

Canon wins lawsuit against eBay users selling counterfeits

Canon USA have recently won a lawsuit against two eBay users who were flogging counterfeit Cannon batteries on the marketplace. Canon raised the issue in October 2019 stating that the sellers were using its trademark and therefor misleading the public into buying dangerous counterfeits that