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E biz hots up; Amazon looks to buy Jabong,Alibaba shows interest in Snapdeal

The Indian Ecommerce Market is abuzz with the news that the global ecommerce leader Amazon is looking at acquiring Jabong.com promoted by Rocket Internet while the new poster boy–China’s Alibaba is keenly look at investing in Snapdeal, as I write this blog (quoted in VC Circle). 163 more words

Social Media

Arvato´s inCommerce becoming a must-be event

Impressive inCommerce 2014 conference in Berlin today, initiated by Arvato Systems. Strong speakers, e.g. from Alibaba. The number to think about: Alibaba generated >9bn USD revenue on 11 November alone … Happy participant of the day´s panel.

Transformation

Amazing Amazon - Website Review

Nowadays, taking into consideration all the new and diverse technology that has appeared throughout the last years, one of the biggest challenges that online entrepreneurs face is how to make their website appealing enough to the consumers, so that they’ll browse the website, purchase a product or a service, return and if possible spread Word of Mouth. 748 more words

Glossary

3 EPOCHS: eCommerce - Entrepreneur - Consultant

The vintage & seniority for Management & Strategy and Digital skills
to bring eCommerce into the future and beyond.

Let my new era begin!

Digital Marketing

3 Inventions That Changed The Face Of Retail

Photo credit: Conor Lawless on Flickr.

It’s the 21st century, and the way we shop is ever-evolving. Previous generations probably had no idea that in 2014, we’d be able to get cash out of walls, shop in a virtual world, and assign a unique number to almost every product in existence. 341 more words

Retail Radar

Guide to retro merchandise


Games of years gone by continue to spark nostalgia and reverence among consumers. MCV goes back to the past with a selection of retro-themed products… 338 more words

Fanfiber

I'm leanring about "The Global Impact of E-commerce"

“Globally, e-commerce can have positive and negative effects. It is influential in many ways because nearly every business has a website of some sort. Anyone can now shop from the comforts of their own home without stepping out the door. 91 more words