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For far too long, the big four were unwieldy and top-heavy bureaucratic machines, but the grocery world is changing.
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Latest m-commerce news
Alibaba and telecoms operator China Telecom will begin selling budget mobile phones specifically tailored for m-commerce to rural Chinese people.
Research from Barclays shows how m-commerce will become an ever more integral part of retail in years to come.
EBay posted better than expected profits of $626m (£416m), as payments revenues counteracted the strengthening of the dollar.
Customers will be able to do their grocery shopping from their wrists in 15 seconds with the launch of Ocado’s application for the Apple Watch.
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For many consumers their phone is the first place they shop – so should retailers develop mobile apps, or invest in responsive websites?
Google’s algorithm update favours mobile-friendly sites by pushing them up search rankings, so what should retailers do to keep hold of traffic?
Mobile traffic has now surpassed desktop for many retailers and it will continue to grow at an increasing rate.
Dixons Carphone boss stressed the need for retailers to cater to the connected customer as multichannel retail becomes increasingly common.