Compulsive shopping isn’t only bad for the planet, it’s also not making consumers in Europe and Asia very happy, according to a new report from Greenpeace.
Exane BNP Paribas’ recent report, The Shopping Guide: Bloggers in China, explores to what extent Chinese influencers can be helpful to luxury brands.
Balenciaga and Fendi topped the performance ranking in ContactLab/Exane BNP Paribas’ latest report, which rated the purchase experience on 31 brand websites and five multi brand e-tailers.
We’re buying more and more fashion on our smartphones these days but it seems laptops, desktops and tablets are still our favourite devices for actually spending.
Influencer marketing can be both cost effective and generally effective, reaching where other marketing channels can’t and at lower cost.
There are eight essential emerging technologies that businesses should be thinking about, including artificial intelligence through to virtual reality, according to a new report from PwC.
A new report shows wearable technology will be worth $160bn in the next 10 years, evolving to make it a much more nuanced market beyond smart watches to connected clothing.
Despite the fact email is one of the most cost effective forms of digital marketing, and a proven route to drive traffic, only 30% of luxury brands are using it to its full potential.
It’s official, shoppers spent more money online on fashion than on computer hardware for the first time last year, with the rise of m-commerce and free shipping deals particularly helping to push that growth.
By 2020 we’ll all be using augmented reality to try on items before we buy, digital currencies to make payments for them, and 3D printing to download them there and then, according to consumers in a new study by Infomentum.
The robots are coming… no don’t panic (not yet anyway). But a new report does show consumer robotics growing from 33 million shipments and $3.5bn today (who knew?) to 165 million shipments and $17bn in revenue in 10 years’ time. […]
What’s the top wearable technology brand? No, it’s not one named after a fruit. It’s the (relatively) humble Fitbit (as pictured), which managed to keep its lead in the global wearables sector in Q3, despite both Apple and Xiaomi giving […]
This report may be telling us something we think we know already, but it should also make scary reading for many people working in luxury goods. The fact is, too many high-end designer brands could do one helluva lot more […]
Hey, guess what – e-commerce is becoming really important to the luxury sector but not enough luxury brands quite ‘get it’ yet. OK, tell us something we don’t know. But cynicism aside, it’s always interesting when someone pulls that kind […]
Online retailers in the US will prioritise site optimisation, mobile and tablets in 2013, according to a new report from Forrester Research in conjunction with Shop.org. The State of Retailing Online 2013 (SORO) study shows the aim will be to […]