Within fast-moving consumer goods (fmcg), the shift to e-commerce accelerated during the pandemic, and now the majority of fmcg categories have elevated levels of e-commerce sales. However, the rate and penetration of e-commerce sales differs by category and country, and prioritising where opportunities are most significant can help companies win online. Utilising Euromonitor’s new e-commerce system, we will use Australia as an example to show how wine is performing online, and who is winning from a retailing and brand perspective.
The Latin American Fashion industry was hit hard by the pandemic, but following two years of strong performance, sales have returned to pre-pandemic levels.
Pure online players and retailers with omnichannel operations are reconsidering their approach to e-commerce order fulfilment by embracing strategies such as community group buying, rethinking the quick commerce model, and adopting more flexible return policies.
The Retail Executive Summit is a conference held annually in Singapore designed for networking, knowledge exchange and staying ahead of retail developments. The 2023 edition highlighted how the retail landscape and consumer expectations in Southeast Asia have evolved post-pandemic.
Evolution across technology, consumer behaviour and business strategies, in ways that support commerce on social media platforms, have led to the uptake of digital engagement and social commerce. Here, we discuss key technologies such as Ai, AR/VR, new payment methods, and integration of web 3 technologies on social media platforms.
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In addition to being known for their activism and authenticity, the members of Generation Z are the first true digital natives. As a result, brands that simply attempt to duplicate a store-based marketing strategy in the online realm often miss the mark when attempting to woo these young consumers. Now, US grocery retailers like H-E-B and Albertsons are beginning to use social media in novel ways to engage with these the members of Generation Z on their own terms.
While headlines have focused on quick commerce players and their VC-backed pocketbooks, large retailers such as Walmart should not be counted out.