Shoptalk Europe announced that more than 2,200 executives from established retailers and brands, startup direct-to-consumer disruptors, large and early stage tech companies, investors, media and analysts are confirmed to attend the Shoptalk Europe event. More than 200 companies will exhibit at Shoptalk Europe. At the event, more than 225 speakers will represent a broad
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Sell more, faster. In this webinar you will learn how to manage the translation and localization of your global product information for local markets, ensuring a faster time-to-market and increased brand loyalty. Moreover, Joakim Landgård, E-Commerce Manager, at SkiStar will share how SkiStar managed to cut translation costs by 60 in one year. Register now!
Google has decided to split off its shopping service, Google Shopping, to meet demands from the European Union. The European Union wasn’t particularly satisfied with the way Google displayed product search results, prioritizing results from Google Shopping in favour of results from competitors. Now, Google splits off Google Shopping according to Bloomberg’s report. It will
The Russian e-commerce market was worth 7,2 billion euro in the first half of 2017. The Association of Internet Trading Companies and the Russian Post state that this is a 22 percent year-on-year increase. The Russian online etail industry is expected to grow to almost 16 billion euro by the end of this year. Cross-border trade in Russia grew even harder than the total
The European Commission regularly publishes a Consumer Conditions Scoreboard, which monitors the consumer environment across Europe through three dimensions: compliance and enforcement, complaints and dispute resolution and knowledge and trust. It examines the EU Digital Single Market from a consumer perspective as well. Trust in e-commerce and knowledge about consumer