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Mcommerce is hot. As the ecommerce business has become a serious, solid and mature industry in the retail world, it’s now time for the mobile commerce. More and more consumers are using their smartphones and tablets to visit retail sites and order products and/or services online.As a retailer you definitely have to be ready for these kinds of visitors as not every site is easy to visit from a mobile device. And you don’t want to lose customers, because you were to late chaning your website…

20% of Dutch online shoppers order via smartphone

Mcommerce

One in five Dutch consumers who shop online used their smartphone to order something online at least once during the third quarter of this year. This means 2.17 million Dutch shopped online via their smartphone. One year ago, 14 percent of the Dutch online shoppers used their smartphone for ordering something online. Continue reading

Yoox Net-A-Porter Group wants to be a mobile-only company

Yoox Net-A-Porter

Online luxury retailer Yoox Net-A-Porter wants to fully focus on mobile commerce. After investing in new technology and services, the ecommerce company wants to become a mobile-only company. Its CEO thinks mcommerce will account for 75 percent of total sales by 2020. Continue reading

The best retail apps in France

Shopping (retail) app

More than 40 percent of mobile shoppers in France used a mobile phone to make purchases online. And the mobile retail apps from Polyvore, Stocard, Asos en Lidl are ranked highest among French mobile consumers. There are several things retailers can learn from these popular shopping apps. Continue reading

54% of Europeans regularly make mobile payments

Mobile payments in Europe

A new study shows that 54 percent of European consumers regularly use their mobile device to make payments. The number of consumers making mobile payments has tripled in the past year, as 18 percent used mobile payments to pay for goods and services last year. Continue reading

Mastercard rolls out selfie pay in Europe

Mastercard pay with selfie

Mastercard is rolling out a new technology in Europe which makes it possible for consumers to pay with a selfie. The service, officially called Identity Check Mobile, let users verify their identity by taking a photo of themselves so a payment can be completed. Continue reading

Mcommerce UK accounts for €30 billion in 2016

Mcommerce in the UK

Ecommerce in the UK is set to reach 81 billion euros in 2016, partly due to an impressive growth in smartphone-based buying. Mobile ecommerce is expected to be worth 30 billion euros this year, which is an increase of more than 25 percent compared to last year. Continue reading