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The Multichannel Retail Report 2012 is based on a survey of 1,000 consumers in the UK and 1,000 consumers in the US, carried out by Econsultancy using Toluna QuickSurveys, in August 2012. The report analyses key areas such as the demand for multichannel retail, the impact of online research on offline purchases, and the emergence of mobile as a retail channel. The results of the survey are compared, where relevant, to the results of a similar survey carried out by Econsultancy and Toluna in 2011.
Econsultancy's How the Internet Can Save the High Street report contains more than 60 recommendations for retailers who want to succeed in a digital age, covering topics including in-store wi-fi, 'reserve and collect', in-store kiosks and 'pop-up shops'. The report includes insights from experts and examples of companies which have embraced digital and reaped the rewards.
Presentations from Econsultancy's Future of Digital Marketing event on 13th June 2012. Over 300 digital marketers attended to hear from those leading the way in the digital landscape on topics including the Social Commerce, Influence Online, Future Shopping Experiences, and Collaborative Consumption.
JUMP is Econsultancy's magazine in support of the multichannel event, JUMP, which takes place on October 10 in London and on November 1, 2012 in New York. In this issue of JUMP Magazine, we look at new ways to bridge the multi-channel gap. Big data is the theme, but there are also articles on the socialization of customer service, innovative multichannel campaigns, mobile apps vs. websites, discounting and media growth trends.
The Multi-Screen Marketer addresses rapidly shifting media consumption behavior. Consumers are viewing content simultaneously on multiple devices, and brands are learning to chase them across the gaps. This report, conducted in association with the IAB, combines a survey with extensive trend analysis by Stefan Tornquist, Econsultancy's VP of Research.
Our second Digital Cream Dubai event on 21 February 2012 brought together 130 regional senior client-side marketers for an intense day of knowledge sharing on online marketing and e-commerce.
Econsultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein presented the findings from Econsultancy's State of Digital in MENA 2012 report, looking at current trends in the Middle East and North Africa.
Problems with the checkout process are still the biggest single source of revenue loss for most e-commerce businesses. This report identifies 70 awesome recommendations and includes lots of practical insight to help you reduce your checkout abandonment rates.
Econsultancy's Internationalisation of E-commerce Best Practice Guide is a comprehensive report designed to help businesses understand the benefits and challenges of selling online in other markets. The report details the complex issues associated with cross-border ecommerce, including pricing, shipping and legislation. The report also contains best practice tips for internationalising the brand online, including how to tailor the user experience for local market needs.
The second annual Multichannel Customer Experience Report, published by Econsultancy in association with Foviance, examines the extent to which organisations are committed to delivering an integrated customer experience. The report, based on a survey of businesses, looks at what the most 'mature' companies are doing diffferently. The findings from an accompanying consumer survey (covering five different sectors) are also available.