By Lauren Fruncillo July 12, 2020 - 3:13 pm

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

UPS release ecommerce plug-ins for popular platforms

UPS have recently announced the release of free plug-ins which could especially benefit small businesses by making UPS tools and services easily accessible within four popular e-commerce platforms: WooCommerce, PrestaShop, OpenCart and Magento. The launch coincides with UPS Digital Access Program, prioritising e-commerce growth by enhancing

UK ecommerce market dominated by Amazon

Amazon have raised their UK ecommerce market share from 28.8% in 2018 to 30.1% in 2019 Edge by Ascential announce. Amazon find themselves triumphantly leading ecommerce in the UK and have seen a staggering $30bn in sales this year. The data released shows just how

EU Top 500 Categories and Sectors Report

Cross-Border Commerce Europe have published a new study revealing European retailers' Top 500 Categories and Sectors. This shows that the ‘fashion / jewellery / baby’ category is the big winner, with the best business sector ‘Pure Players’ taking the major share of the cake. This study

‘Ecommerce to account for a third of global retail sales by 2024’ Edge by Ascential

Analysts predict that 30% of global retail sales will be made through ecommerce channels by 2024, according to global ecommerce insights business Edge by Ascential at Retail Week’s Tech event. This announcement was made during a presentation by Edge by Ascential advising retailers on growth strategies