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By Sasha Fedorenko September 9, 2019 - 12:06 pm

Pinterest: Turning the moment of inspiration into sales

Pinterest describe themselves as a visual discovery engine, moving away from a label of social commerce platform to represent a unique space where inspiration and discovery serve as powerful leverages for retailers aiming to magnify their brand. "We actually don’t think of what we’re doing as

Pinterest video commerce launch to ‘spark inspiration’ for brands

Pinterest have announced the launch of Pinterest video commerce feature to "spark inspiration" for brands. The tool is now available for businesses in "all English-speaking countries" and set to expand globally. The move will see top brands displaying products and services, how-to guides and tutorials in

John Lewis boss rejects idea of ‘Amazon tax’

Sir Charlie Mayfield, the managing director of John Lewis has rejected the idea of an 'Amazon tax' urging struggling high street businesses to 'adapt' rather than call for a levy on online sales. Writing in the Daily Mail he argues that the idea isn't attractive

What to expect from AI and Visual search in 2018

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is geek speak for getting computers to do a ton of highly complex research into customer behaviour or database interrogation in the blink of an eye and present some interesting results. If you've ever used a SatNav you'll be familiar with how

John Lewis Launches B2B Marketplace: John Lewis Trade Auctions

We're often asked the question "Where can I buy stock from", so today we may be able to answer that question as John Lewis has partnered with B-Stock to launch John Lewis Trade Auctions. This business-to-business marketplace offers EU-based resellers stocklots of customer-returned and new-condition/overstock

John Lewis offers Click & Collect service to other retailers

John Lewis and Clipper Logistics have announced a joint investment in the "provision of multi-user Click & Collect services to address the needs of retailers in the rapidly growing online marketplace". What this means is that Clipper are providing the logistics side of Click &

Tesco to charge £2 on Click & Collect Orders below £30

You might have noticed this already. But supermarket Tesco is now charging a £2 surcharge for any Tesco Direct Click and Collect order under £30. The new fees came into force on the 2nd February. As Tesco said: "To ensure our Click & Collect service remains

Tamebay’s Black Friday advance news round up

Black Friday is already becoming interesting this year. Here's our round up of what to expect from retailers, supermarkets, marketplaces and couriers: High Street Retailers and Black Friday 2015 John Lewis are protesting that they're forced to play but don't want to as it simply cannibalises sales

Waitrose launches Click & Collect lockers at petrol stations

Waitrose has launched some rather natty lockers from which you can collect the groceries you ordered online. Obviously, Waitrose is part of the John Lewis group and they have been at the forefront of innovating ecommerce ideas. But in this case they're taking to the forecourt. I

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