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e-commerce

e-commerce Archives

Handwritten notes and fun packaging: How experiences influence prices

When we sell online, there is a certain distance from the cus­tomer that makes it less personal, so it’s far easier for ...

Why this Nigerian woman is making K-beauty accessible to people of colour

The founder of Dr GIO Cosmetics says it is her goal to make K-beauty diverse and be accessible to people of colour.
E-commerce

Covid has triggered a long-lasting Indian e-commerce boom

A majority of consumers said that they are still concerned about the impact of Covid-19 pandemic.

China’s e-commerce market tipped to reach US$3 trillion in 2024

New payment models, including ‘buy now pay later’ has been introduced to the market in hope to gain share.

VIDEO: How Andie is taking the pain out of swimsuit shopping

From poor fit to high prices, here's how the founder of Andie is fixing the experience of buying a bathing suit.

South Korea to invest US$267 million to fuel e-commerce growth

Under the plan, the country will not only pave the way for online retailers to tap deeper into the overseas markets but ...

Second life: How The Archive Place is changing the designer fashion game

This Aussie start-up sells out-of-season luxury and designer pieces to customers.

Analysis: What Singles Day says about the future of retail

It's the Godzilla of sales - and here's what the rest of the global retail industry can learn from it.

From the source: Clothing the Gap

This social enterprise sells cool tees with a message and aims to unite Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

Opinion: How social commerce is cutting out “the messy middle” of e-commerce

Social media giants like TikTok, Facebook and Pinterest are now cashing in to to get a piece of the e-commerce pie.