Consumers, specifically mobile-savvy Millennials, expect high-quality and seamless digital experiences both online and in-store. The store of the future concept promises to do away with problems like these, and if predictions are true, 2015 will be the year retailers start to see it come to fruition. (Retail Online Integration)
Seasonal slumps are not a necessity; they are a challenge to overcome. Devise creative ways of powering through that seasonal slump with these 11 techniques for your Marketing/Sales team. (Forbes)
Keep your eye out for JD.com, an up and coming Chinese marketplace online. While Alibaba’s marketplace serves as a platform to connect buyers and sellers, JD.com buys goods from manufacturers and distributors and holds the inventory in its own warehouses. Its model echoes that of Amazon’s. (The New York Times)
Future of Online Stores & Sales in Today’s Top Ecommerce News
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