The eCommerce Advice Newsletter is a weekly roundup of interesting eCommerce News from around the globe, as well as advice to assist you with your own eCommerce Store.

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eCommerce in Africa: “Africa is teeming with young people, and therein lies a huge opportunity for e-commerce” Read Article “We are leading ever increasingly connected digital lives. These online dealings affect our offline personas. So what happens if your identity Continue reading

E-Commerce Show 2015 – Event Highlights & Agenda | Terrapinn Retail World Conference – Sandton Johannesburg

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Day 1- 10th March Expo opening by the Deputy Minister of the DTI with an update on the financial sector, sponsored by MasterCard- outside expo hall, 10:00 Gunnebo access control speedpoints and a technical session on banking automation, 10 March at 13:50, Cash Handling Continue reading

Jumia in 2014: 12 key figures about e-commerce in Côte d’Ivoire

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ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire, January 23, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ – The year 2014 marked a particular point in the adventure of the No. 1 online retailer in Côte d’Ivoire, which started in June 2013. In 2014 Jumia (https://www.jumia.ci) has striven Continue reading

Why email marketing is essential to your business?

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The good old email marketing is seen by some as old fashioned, who consider him as Grandpa digital marketing. Devoid of the popularity of social media and getting much lower investment to sponsored links, email marketing is a wronged. The Continue reading

PRICE ADVANTAGE CONTINUES TO INCREASE FOR ONLINE CHANNEL

Moving from Electronic-commerce to “Everywhere-commerce”

Chicago – January 20, 2015 – Anthem Marketing Solutions has released the eighth installment of its semi-annual study comparing online and in-store pricing of consumer goods across a range of regularly purchased categories. The key findings in this study include: Continue reading

ASOS is 15 Years Old

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ASOS.com is a British online fashion and beauty store. Primarily aimed at young adults, ASOS sells over 850 brands as well as its own range of clothing and accessories. Sales for the financial year ending 31 August 2013 were £753.8 Continue reading

Online retailers pushing for e-commerce growth in West Africa

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As Internet usage surges, an increasing number of online retailers in West Africa are springing up, giving mobile phone users a variety of options to buy and sell new and used items. Emerging markets like West Africa, where online shopping Continue reading

E-COMMERCE IN SOUTH AFRICA IN 2014 AND BEYOND

E-COMMERCE IN SOUTH AFRICA IN 2014 By Hagen

Let’s be honest. E-commerce in South Africa, in 2014, is still in its infancy. Compared to the rest of the world, we aren’t even close yet. So what’s the holdup? What is preventing e-commerce from exploding the way that it has in Continue reading