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Are retailers delivering their Sunday best?

Lee - 20.10.2016

Retailers who can’t deliver what their customers want are destined for failure. Our latest research piece explores what customers really want from Sunday delivery and what retailers are doing about it.

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Brexit means…environmental catastrophe?

Lee - 26.09.2016

Brexit Means Brexit. But does Brexit mean environmental disaster? We consider the environmental implications of the vote to leave the EU and what it all means for the supply chain and logistics industry.

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How Changing Oil Prices Will Affect the Ecommerce Logistics Industry

Paul - 22.06.2016

The latest Electio ebook, the second in our Global Series, takes a closer look at the some of the factors affecting oil prices, considering how changes in fuel costs could affect the different freight industries, and aims to provide practical tips on how to future-proof your business for these inevitable changes.

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EU Referendum latest: we’re making our minds up

Susie - 24.05.2016

There is just under a month to go until Britain goes to the polls to decide whether we should stay in or leave the EU. Latest polling from YouGov has the Remain camp on a narrow 4 point lead and falling numbers of people who are unsure how they’ll vote. If you’re still gasping for some facts in amongst the political posturing and propaganda, there’s still time to download our ebook which outlines the case for and against Brexit and how it could affect the ecommerce industry. We’ve summarised the main business arguments for you here. Whether you vote with your corporate or personal hat on is, of course, entirely up to you.

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Should we stay or should we go?

Susie - 11.05.2016

The EU referendum is fast approaching and if like us, you’ve been disappointed with the lack of facts about how a Remain or Brexit vote will impact our industry, look no further. We’ve created our essential ebook about the vote to help you understand how changes to the value of the pound, trade agreements or labour markets might affect ecommerce businesses. Download your light bedtime reading now.

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Is the peer to peer model the future of logistics?

Andrew - 23.03.2016

In the past year or so, to ‘Uber it’ joined ‘googling’ as a verb among trendy modern-day shoppers. However it’s not just taxis that are making use of the peer to peer model. From car shares to dog walking, storage sharing to Airbnb, one thing all 'sharing economy' businesses have in common is making use of existing space, services or labour.

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Past the point of no returns – making reverse logistics pay

Tom - 16.03.2016

Logistics has played the ever-quickening game of catch-up against the major retailers, who are able to keep pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved in online retail. From locker collection to guaranteed pre-9am arrival, innovation has forced us to improve, and as a result, our delivery industry is one of the best in the world. But there’s one last hurdle – returns.

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How do online retailers deal with returns? We send in the mystery shoppers

Tom - 11.03.2016

Shopping online has its perks. Avoiding the Saturday crowds, convenience, and more choice in terms of availability, just to name a few. However, sometimes people are put-off because when it comes to returns, they think it would be easier to take an item back to the shop, rather than going through what they imagine is a complicated process. In the past, they were probably right.

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