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Despite Rising Prices, US Retail Sales are Going Through the Roof

Prices have continued to skyrocket for food, petrol and consumer products in the United States, but shoppers are buying more than ever.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 23 Nov 2021
Amazon's Grocery Leg Stops Free Delivery for Prime Members

Is Amazon immune to inflation? It appears not. Amazon is abandoning one of its most popular services for Prime users - free delivery from Whole Foods - due to a shortage of labour, strain on...

Power Retail By Power Retail | 28 Sep 2021
Are Digital Retail Festivals the 'Next Big Thing'? IKEA Thinks So

IKEA is unveiling its first-ever digital festival. Available for only 24 hours across over 50 countries, the retailer's festival celebrates the idea of home. 

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 17 Sep 2021
Online Sales in the UK are Increasing as Lockdown Measures Lifted

Online sales in Australia are remaining steady, how are they faring worldwide? A new report from Britain's Retail Consortium shows that online is here to stay, even if consumers are out of lockdown.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 10 Aug 2021
Marks & Spencer Takes Hiring Tech Innovators to the Next Level

Marks & Spencer is embracing the digital age by hiring more than 70 software engineers in an effort to ease the load of its rapidly developing online strategy.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 09 Aug 2021
Power Retail Sparks | Global E-Commerce News | 22.06.21

The preliminary Amazon Prime Day results are here, and e-commerce sales are going through the roof in Europe. Here is your weekly roundup of e-commerce news stories from around the globe.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 22 Jun 2021
Power Retail Sparks | Global E-Commerce News Roundup

Amazon is rolling out a new workplace health and safety program, and Selfridges is introducing weddings to its list of services. Here is a round up of some of the biggest international e-commerce news of...

Power Retail By Power Retail | 21 May 2021
Power Retail Sparks | Global E-Commerce News | 11.05.21

Amazon Prime Day is being postponed in India and Canada, and Selfridges is jumping on the online rental train. Here is a snapshot of some of the biggest international e-commerce stories from around the globe...

Power Retail By Power Retail | 11 May 2021
Power Retail Sparks | Global E-Commerce News | 04.05.21

Klarna has landed in NZ and global online spend has hit more than $4 trillion in 2020. Keep updated with some of the leading e-commerce news stories that are happening around the world this week.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 04 May 2021
Power Retail Sparks | Weekly Global News Roundup

Lord & Taylor has emerged from bankruptcy and is now an e-commerce-only platform, and the Netherlands is recording record online growth. Power Retail Sparks keeps you updated with some of the biggest international retail stories...

Power Retail By Power Retail | 27 Apr 2021
As London Re-Opens, Online Orders Drop 12 Percent

Last week, London began to ease its lockdown measures under its Tier Three restrictions, which began on January 6 2021. With stores re-opening, online orders dropped 12 percent. Will this sentiment last forever? We wouldn't...

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 20 Apr 2021
Power Retail Sparks | Weekly Global News Roundup | 13.04.21

Amazon launches Local Shop in Germany and Alibaba cops a $3.7 billion fine. Power Retail Sparks uncovers some of the leading global e-commerce news that's happening this week.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 13 Apr 2021