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  • How e-tailers get people to pay full price
  • How e-tailers get people to pay full price
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How e-tailers get people to pay full price

While 'flash-sale' online retailers bombard people in Mexico with huge discounts, e-commerce platform Gaudena is luring shoppers with a different kind of proposition. Touting speedy delivery, a deeper inventory and the latest fashions, the site aims to get shoppers to pay full price.



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    With the spread of technology, companies are exploring the ways household chores can be made more bearable. Amazon is appealing to grocery-hating mothers everywhere with Amazon Dash – the kitchen assistant intended to do for the shopping list what Kindle did for the e-book.

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    More than a third of UK shoppers are planning on using click-and-collect services during Christmas 2013 – up 12% year-on-year. These services let customers shop on their own terms, cutting out online delivery costs and store opening time restrictions.

  • Article image Flipkart: a softly, softly approach to Indian e-commerce

    In a country where e-commerce is seen as a non-starter, Flipkart has revolutionised Indian online retail. But has it really changed the inherently wary attitude of Indian consumers?

  • Article image Online retail in Latin America: Brazil

    Ulysses De La Torre looks at the dominant trends in Latin America's fast-growing e-commerce market, and presents an overview of Brazilian online retail.