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Global retail market generated $26T and is slated to cross the $30T mark by 2024. Discover the top UK retail companies and how they have survived the COVID-19 pandemic.
A "unicorn" is a privately-owned start-up company with a current valuation of over US $1B in the venture capital industry. There are more than 1,000 unicorn companies in early 2022, and this number is only slated to grow.
Any eCommerce store's success is influenced directly by the online marketplaces used by store owners to list products. If you are an eCommerce business owner and are looking for a marketplace to sell your products, here is a comprehensive list of the top 20 eCommerce marketplaces in 2022
Here's a list of eCommerce companies in the UK that are blazing new trails and redefining the face of eCommerce as we know it. These platforms have leveraged technology to deliver a superior, personalized consumer experience and stay ahead of the curve.
There are an estimated 190,000 merchants using Magento worldwide, of which some 78,000 stores are in the US. PipeCandy picked a random sample of 10,000 merchants in the US, to analyze how they’re distributed by Web Sales, Web Traffic and Product Categories.
The global athletic footwear market is predicted to be worth USD 100.48 billion by 2028, at the current CAGR of 4.67%. The APAC market is hot; China and India in particular, two countries with the largest millennial demographic, are emerging as athletic footwear hotspots.
Shopify was long renowned as an eCommerce platform pioneer, and every pioneer inevitably spawns nimble competition. Enter BigCommerce - who joined the eCommerce scene just five years after Shopify.
There is something alluring about authenticity. Authenticity disarms you. When authenticity meets commerce, it does what advertising cannot do. Authenticity lowers your guard It circumvents ad fatigue and instead makes you experience the warm embrace of the feeling of 'belongingness'.
Being the earth's most customer-centric company means pandering to all kinds of customers, even the ones like me who wears Armani suits sold for $25 bought from a shop called "Dollars & Pounds". It's a habit I picked up from my university days.
Conferences are a gold-mine for leads. Go to the right conference with the right technique, you’ll walk out with hundreds of prospects in your pipeline. In addition to retail conferences, CPG conferences can also help us to find leads.
Amazon is responsible for 50% of all US eCommerce…BEEP! A popular research firm sounded the buzzer on Amazon’s market share earlier this year only to slash its estimate from 50% to 38%.
This report was published by PipeCandy Inc. to explore DTC brands and estimate the total addressable market (TAM) for DTC brands in Fashion. The report structures the global Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) market and analyzes the DTC Fashion Brands eCommerce segment, estimates Total Addressable Market and profiles companies in terms of Web Sales, Product Category and Catalog Size.
For the second episode of Merchantry, we had Leo Strupczewski, the Head of Marketing at Repeat, drop by for a candid conversation on the subscription economy and how Repeat is driving the change with a re-thought approach to the DTC subscription stack. Subscription is a highly popular business model utilized by millions of companies
Direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales has been one of the most signiﬁcant trends in the consumer goods industry in the last few years. This has been fueled by the rise of online commerce as a sales channel and by social media for DTC branding and customer engagement.
Instagram loves brands and brands love Instagram. Period. Instagram has evolved from being just another social media platform to a serious place for discovering new brands and keeping up with the latest trends.
Over the past half a decade, the tidal wave of niche brands delivering new styles of merchandise to consumers and doing so online has modified the retail and CPG landscapes forever.
Andy Dunn, the co-founder of men’s clothing retailer Bonobos, coined the term “DNVB” which stands for Digitally Native Vertical Brands. We excuse him for the lingering love for complex abbreviations that, we assume, comes from his consulting and venture investing lives.