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Samsung, Google, YouTube, Netflix, Shopee top YouGov Best Brand Rankings

Samsung, Google, YouTube, Netflix, and Shopee are the top five brands in the world according to the latest YouGov Best Brand Rankings 2022. The brands were ranked based on their overall health, which was calculated by taking the average Impression, Quality, Value, Satisfaction, Recommend and Reputation scores voted by consumers. Samsung took the global top… Read More

“A digital, scalable outfit recommendation tool”. How leading online fashion retailer Zalando is driving efficiency and growth through AI...

Melissa Weston is Marketing Lead, UK & Ireland, for leading fashion eCommerce firm Zalando SE. She sat down with Sam Tidmarsh over coffee to discuss the power of AI and ML algorithms in tailoring the online customer experience So tell me about you. Where did your career start? During university I was part of the… Read More

eCommerce Expo 2019: Bright future ahead for subscription economy, says Hellofresh CEO

Hellofresh UK CEO Laurent Guillemain says the “the future is bright” for the subscription box market in certain product categories.

Speaking on a panel during eCommerce Expo at Olympia London, Guillemain said companies that provide subscriptions for frequently purchased products, offer convenience and curation, and generate high-order value stand the best chance of succeeding, but said convenience is the most important factor for success.

Magecart: Why evil wizards are your number 1 ecommerce problem

Ecommerce is booming, it’s fast-moving and exciting. However, someone is trying to steal from you – but they aren’t taking your products. They are pickpocketing your customer’s data, directly from their machines and in the process damaging your reputation, sometimes irreparably.

Data breaches are not a new phenomenon; the frequency and size of attacks have increased dramatically since Magecart first appeared in 2015. Even worse, you now have to publicly report them to the ICO. Damage limitation has never been so important.

Salesforce targets consumer goods and manufacturing verticals with two new cloud platforms

Salesforce has added to its extensive portfolio of cloud products with two new cloud platforms for the consumer goods and manufacturing industries.

The CRM giant said the two platforms will help companies in both industries adapt to transformational trends brought about by AI, blockchain, IoT and 3D printing that are forcing them to become more customer-centric.