BOSTON – An executive from Wayfair at eTail East 2016 explained that mobile Web growth has been persistent, meaning retailers need to focus on creating an optimized and meaningful experience to offset a corresponding drop on desktop.
Italy’s Ermenegildo Zegna is sharing its menswear know-how with the discerning shoppers of online retailer Mr Porter.
Ecommerce platform Lyst is advancing its mobile checkout solutions to ensure consumers have seamless shopping experience.
Media conglomerate Condé Nast’s ecommerce venture, which saw fashion news site Style.com rebranded for online retail, is expected to launch in September.
Italian fashion house Prada is entering the ecommerce realm with assistance from online retailer Net-A-Porter.
Online retailer group Yoox Net-A-Porter is working toward further harnessing the potential of the luxury ecommerce market through 2020.
French department store chain Galeries Lafayette is strengthening its ecommerce business with the purchase of InstantLuxe.com
Thanks to online data mining, 80 percent of luxury brands know their in-store customer base by name, according to a report by Contactlab and Exane BNP Paribas.
After much hesitation, watch and jewelry brands have begun to embrace digital selling channels as a potential solution to the global turndown their industry has recently faced, per a new report from L2.
The Baymard Institute reports that the average abandonment rate is 67.91 percent – which means that for every hundred people who visit a Web site, about 68 of them become frustrated with the online payment system and abandon their purchase.