Retailers ramped up their e-commerce strategies to serve consumers that were shopping from home. Either due to mandated lockdowns or their own safety concerns. Retailers and consumer brands should keep five e-commerce trends top of mind in 2021, according to Forbes. A permanent shift to e-commerce One of the most profound changes unfolding in commerce is the shift to
London, February 2021 – APEXX Global, (“APEXX”), the multi-award-winning global payments platform, is launching the first of its kind Buy Now Pay Later (“BNPL”) Aggregator for merchants. BNPL products have grown in popularity during the coronavirus pandemic, as more and more people have turned to online shopping, and as such, increasing numbers of companies globally are now
ASOS, one of the world’s leading online fashion retailers, announced the strengthening of its third-party brand engagement program with four new commitments required for brands sold on ASOS that manufacture in the United Kingdom. ASOS has asked brands to commit to taking the following steps by the end of the year: Signing the Transparency Pledge, joining ASOS, H&M,
Last year e-commerce in Turkey was worth ₺83.1 billion. This translates to €10.76 billion. The Turkish e-commerce industry has had an increase of 39% compared to the year 2018. In 2018 the Turkish e-commerce industry was valued at ₺59.9 billion, which translates to €7.76 billion. In the last five years the Turkish e-commerce industry experienced an average growth of 35%.
Online retail sales growth in the United Kingdom spiked to +9.4% year-on-year (Y-o-Y) in December 2019. This brings last year to a positive close with a surprisingly strong Christmas trading period, according to the latest IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index. This index tracks online sales performance of over 200 retailers in the UK. Online-only retailers performed