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eTail Germany 2021 Blog
We sat down with Laure Frank, Director eCommerce & Omnichannel at Manor AG to find out more about how data strategies are evolving. Here’s what she had to say…
We sat down with Tobias Gunzenhauser, CEO and Co-Founder at yamo to find out more about how leading brands are creating loyal customers. Here’s what he had to say…
Q&A with Martin Roulund Jakobsen, Head of Market Management, Ecommerce, EMEA for The Radisson Hotel Group
We sat down with Martin Roulund Jakobsen, Head of Market Management, Ecommerce, EMEA for The Radisson Hotel Group to find out more about how personalisation is evolving. Here’s what he had to say…
Winning the Personalisation Race: How Adidas Created 30,000 Personalised Videos for Boston Marathon Runners
Enhancing the customer experience and boosting sales through personalisation are goals that many in the retail sector are actively pursuing. However, only a few organisations are truly managing to accomplish this feat. A notable exception in recent years has been the sportswear maker Adidas.
How Volkswagen Is Developing AI to Improve Sales Planning and Connect the Customer and Employee Experience
Used to power headline-making technologies such as self-driving cars and preventative maintenance, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is emerging as one of the principal drivers in an automotive industry which has been experiencing variable fortunes in recent times.
The German ecommerce retail sector is growing at an unstoppable pace, reaching a whopping US$70,345m in 2018. Demand has therefore grown exponentially, exacerbating competition amongst online retailers who feel pressured to constantly rethink their strategies and services. In this new changing digital landscape, what are the most important challenges German retailers face on a daily basis?
For years, friends and families have engaged in spirited debate about
whether they’ll get Chinese or Indian food, and perhaps more crucially,
who will make the dreaded phone call to place the order. Added to this is the convenience of being able to pay by card through
the website, as well as obtaining food from vendors which don’t normally
Open sesame: H&M joins Alibaba’s online platform Tmall with plans to open pop-up smart store in China
Swedish fashion giant H&M has teamed up with the Chinese multinational e-commerce giant Alibaba to offer their fashion range in China via online marketplace, Tmall.
When it comes to creating an online business, it never pays to sit still for long. Award-winning online department store Digitec Galaxus knows this better than most, as is evidenced by its adventurous new product offerings.