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River Island has introduced an innovative new ‘click and don’t collect’ service in partnership with Shutl, a fulfilment specialist owned by eBay. The new service comes after research by Shutl and Retail Week revealed that 20% of shoppers who buy online will ask for a refund on their goods rather than collect in store. ‘Click and don’t collect’ will enable customers who are unable to collect their items to have them delivered within 90 minutes, or at a time of their choice, for the price of…
Innovation- Volvo tries out keyless car app, a huge step for the market as would make it much easier for rental companies to hire out cars. Volvo has agreed for a partnership with rental company Gothenburg to test the idea.
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With shoppers rushing to buy the latest idevice, the Apple Watch retailers are responding to the growth of e-commerce with different methods. M&S: Cook with M&S app for the Apple Watch Vente-Privée: flash sales app. notififed when sales that they are int
iPad minis with Chip and Pin payment functionality have been rolled out to almost every SuperDry store. These are proving very effective in enabling store staff to process orders for items out of stock or for online specials. Bringing together store and e-commerce operations means that stores have access to the full range of merchandise, including that targeted at international markets
Sainsbury's agrees terms to buy Home Retail Group in £1.3bn deal
Supermarket aims to take on Amazon and John Lewis to create combined food and non-food retailer. Sainsbury’s has agreed terms to buy Home Retail Group, the owner of Argos, in a £1.3bn deal in order to increase competitivness and benefit from rgos’s delivery network and IT systems. This will allwo them to take on Amazon and also discount supermarkets such as Aldi.
Starbucks rolls out mobile preordering across the UK which allows customers order food and drinks before they arrive at a Starbucks store, enabling them to queue jump. This will increase brand loyalty as custeomers will earn stars that can be accrued for free drinks and rewards via the app
Aldi has made its first foray into online retail with the launch of a wine ecommerce site as it continues to take the fight to the big four supermarkets. They investing £35m in launching its ecommerce presence, which has begun with the sale of wine. Aldi is currently offering free delivery on wine deliveries as a special launch promotion. Customers will be charged £3 for delivery on any orders under £50.
Tesco Direct to charge for click and collect orders of less than £30
Tesco is to charge customers for click and collect orders through its Direct arm costing less than £30. Tesco said it had introduced the charge to make the service sustainable, because at the moment it isn't able to cover the cost of getting the items to stores. It already charges £4 for 'click and collect' on grocery shopping worth up to £40.