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Ecommerce News #3: positive news from the world of e-commerce

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Below are links to some of the biggest (& more positive) articles surrounding business in the media in the past week;

Government unveils £1.3bn scheme to help start-ups.
(BBC News)

UK online sales reached record high in March.

Coronavirus round-up: Latest on Boohoo, Amazon, Google, shoppingslots Lovethesales, growth of ecommerce and more.

Coronavirus round-up: M&S, Wickes, Games Workshop plus updates from Barclaycard, Emarsys, Melody, Forter, IRI, Bloomreach and more.

Special Report: Why the coronavirus will bend but not break ecommerce.

The Pandemic Economy: What are Shoppers Buying Online During COVID-19?

Drinks retailers canning it online in times of crisis: shoppers have switched their attention to alcohol pushing in-store sales up 22% in March.

Snap soars on strong growth in revenue sending its share price up as much as 20%

Business is booming for Amazon, Netflix, and Walmart.
(Daily Mail)

Skechers’ Online Business Is Booming This Month (US).
(Footwear News)

Ted Baker creates its first ever digital pop-up store.
(Essential Retail)

PayPal CEO Dan Schulman explains how people, sheltering at home during the coronavirus pandemic, are flocking to digital payment apps like never before.

UK retail sales fall at fastest rate ever – while ecommerce takes record share of spending.

Who Gives A Crap: How One Toilet Paper Brand is Handling Customer Acquisition and Retention.

Swatch CEO says China sales rise.

Consumer Spend Is Shifting to Ecommerce and as a result many ecommerce businesses are experiencing sizable growth.

John Lewis sales down 17%, Waitrose up 8% in wake of coronavirus.
(Retail Gazette)

How the Coronavirus is affecting the UK wine industry.

From retailers to e-tailers! global lessons India's Kirana stores can learn to aid lockdown life.

Adidas Says It Can See $4.3 Billion in Online Sales This Year As Shoppers Flock to Digital 

The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Changing How People Buy Books

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