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e-tailer

(Electronic reTAILER) An online store. See e-commerce.
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The Vietnamese e-commerce market represents a huge and relatively untapped potential for local retailers, e-tailers and marketplaces: in 2016, total e-commerce spending hit US$1 billion despite barely over 50% of the population being online, " said Charles Brewer, CEO, DHL eCommerce.
E-tailers are starting to take notice that selling at a markdown to what is available at the physical stores on its own will not do the trick for them.
Such concern may stem from a lack of trust in e-tailers as well as ignorance about how e-tailers utilize their information (Wu, Huang, Yen, & Popova, 2012).
Indeed, as these examples illustrate, e-tailers such as Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal, are spending a fortune on television advertising.
the aim of forging closer ties with emerging e-tailers.
Imposing sales tax for online purchases will help not only our business model but also, over the long haul, that of all e-tailers.
8220;After having conquered the French market with e-tailers such as Quiksilver, Office Depot, La Redoute, Levi's, Kingfisher and also Wolford, we hope to win over new clients on the English and German markets.
Consumer confidence in Internet shopping is at an all time high - and we at iForce aim to ensure that it stays that way by helping e-tailers deliver on their promises.
The cost of LoadSuite for E-Tailers was not announced.
A 2001 McKinsey study of more than 120 Asian, European, and North American e-tailers found that 19 percent of them were profitable, because they have pursued one of three winning strategies: niche sites offer expensive goods, such as certain luxury items, specialty foods, or apparel; dominant sites have a disproportionate share of the traffic for low-ticket goods (such as compact discs and books) or travel-related items; and in-the-middle e-tailers use a very strict cost-efficiency strategy.
E-tailers must carefully balance the costs of a delivery proposition that appeals to customers with the reality that shipping and packaging take a bite out of revenues.
But a study by a University of Hawaii professor shows that local e-tailers could be doing a ho-ho-whole lot more to boost sales.