Tag : ecommerce
Brand Lab hires former Moss Bros boss Subscription
Former Moss Bros chief executive Rowland Gee has joined the board of online fashion wholesale platform Brand Lab as an advisor.
The industry is working towards a goal of predictive personalisation, said Jason Grunberg, vice-president of marketing at technology firm Sailthru.
Q+A: How Karen Millen is upping its digital gameSubscription
Jamie Finer, head of omnichannel experience at Karen Millen, talks about how the premium womenswear retailer is evolving its digital approach and boosting its delivery proposition.
Revenues soar at Alibaba ahead of Singles' DaySubscription
Revenues and profits at Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba soared in the three months to 30 September 2017, up 61% and 58% respectively, as the retailer gears up for a further boost from Singles’ Day on 11 November.
‘Busy stores’ driving Christmas shoppers awaySubscription
Busy stores have been named as the main frustration for 43% of UK shoppers over the festive period, according to new data.
24 Sèvres takes on Farfetch and Net-a-PorterSubscription
Inspired by Le Bon Marché, new etailer 24 Sèvres aims to recreate the Parisian department store experience online. Drapers examines its offer and asks whether the competition should be worried.
24S: bringing Parisian luxury to ecommerce Subscription
Maud Barrionuevo, global buying director for luxury Parisian ecommerce site 24S, tells Drapers her lessons in luxury.
A quarter of online fashion retailers in the UK and US are poised to let online customers buy now and pay later by 2019, a new report has found.
As part of a recent trip to New York, Drapers joined software technology company Demandware on a store tour, looking at some of the latest technologies being implemented in shops across the Big Apple.
A personal plea to ZaraSubscription
Zara does not have an online store. Confused? So am I. I’ve never understood how one of the most successful high street retailers has managed to avoid the allure of the internet. They do have a store for their homeware, but offer nothing in the way of clothing.