By Lauren Fruncillo June 29, 2021 - 2:07 pm

Half of retailers would back higher taxes for online retail

New research from Fourth reveals that around half of retailers would back higher taxes for online retail. It seems that frustrations from trying to recoup 18 months' worth of losses have caused retailers to push for government incentives that will level the playing field against

International Women’s Day 2021 #ChooseToChallenge

Today is International Women's Day 2021 and whilst a lot has been done to even up things between the sexes, there is still so much more that should be done. That's why the International Women's Day 2021 theme is #ChooseToChallenge. "A challenged world is an alert

Surge in ecommerce and chickens blamed for UK cardboard shortage

Reports from the BBC suggest that the increase in demand for online deliveries has caused many firms to blame online marketplaces like Amazon and eBay and chickens for a cardboard shortage in the UK. Businesses are being met with disgruntled customers after the UK cardboard

2021 ecommerce trends according to SearchNode report

SearchNode have recently released their 2021 ecommerce trends report which reveals some interesting insights on how both consumers and ecommerce leaders have been coping this year and what they plan to do in 2021. Coronavirus shapes ecommerce Unsurprisingly the SearchNode findings show how the Coronavirus has

UPS partners with Global Brand Inc. to help SMBs In Japan

UPS have announced that they are partnering with Global Brand Inc., professionals in ecommerce consultancy to help SMBs in Japan reach more customers overseas on the worlds leading online marketplaces. The collaboration is said to merge the extensive ecommerce knowledge of Global Brand Inc. with the

Visa reveal online spending habits will stick around

Research released by Visa shows that a third of Brits purchased items for the first time during lockdown and these spending habits are likely to stick around for the foreseeable future. 74% of the more frequent online shoppers are planning to continue shopping online after

Loop is launching in the UK

Loop, a service providing brands with sustainable innovation will be launching in the UK towards the end of the month. The service that is already running in France and the US will place your favourite supplies in containers and packaging that can be used again

Ecommerce Events across Europe this February

Last week we updated you on the first 2020 Ecommerce Events where you can come and meet Tamebay, but there is also a huge amount of other ecommerce events taking place around Europe this year that we wouldn't want you missing out on. Below I

How Coronavirus could impact ecommence

In an ideal world Coronavirus will aid ecommerce by providing quarantined individuals more time to do some feel good retail therapy. In a likely world, consumers panic and posts start popping up on forums questioning whether their packages will be contagious and deadly. Amazon's movers and

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