Three months spent in lockdown have had far-reaching consequences for the business community.
Over the course of the last week, high street stores have begun to welcome shoppers back through their doors.
Whenever thoughts turn European e-commerce, the habits of consumers in the UK, France and Germany tend to dominate.
The UK is one of the world’s leading e-commerce markets.
Since much of the world went into lockdown following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, retail has been one of the many business sectors forced to adjust to a new and v …
The Hague, May 11, 2020 - For centuries, postal mail was distributed across Europe by postillions on horseback and by stagecoach. PostNL today releases 6 new stamps on which t …
Over the course of the last two months, the very necessary measures put in place by governments around the world to stop the spread of coronavirus have posed great challenges …
As growth in some of the world’s more established e-commerce begins to slow, an increasing number of online retailers are exploring vibrant, new markets.
Brazil. The very name of the country conjures up images of samba, sun-kissed beaches, talented footballers and the Rio carnival.
The increasing reliance with which consumers shop online has provided a tremendous boost to the fortunes of brands the world over.