Month: March 2017

Weekly news: GPeC 2017, nanny Google, FAN Courier and Elefant expanding

Blind Kick-start for GPeC 2017 You now have the chance to pre-order your ticket for the 16-17-18 May GPeC Summit OR to register for the GPeC Competition without knowing anything, but trusting our experience, history and testimonials! You don’t know yet the confirmed speakers nor the updated audit standards, but, as you know, GPeC Summit is about relevant useful information, marketing and e-commerce advice, no blah-blah-blah included. The Competition is for e-shops that want a complex audit of their desktop and mobile websites.

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Weekly news: Tesco expands click and collect, GPeC 2017 is coming, Snapchat’s IPO

Tesco expands same-day grocery click and collect Tesco shoppers who order before 9 AM can now pick up their groceries from midday onwards. This extends an existing service that sees customers order by 1 PM for pick up from 4 PM and will be available from more than 300 sites across the UK, Monday to Saturday. The move comes as more of the supermarket’s shoppers use click and collect to pick up their groceries. In the last year, the number of people using the service has grown by 20% – with 10% of all such orders picked up on the day they were ordered.

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Weekly news: how women shop online, m-commerce in Canada, Youtube TV is launching

How to check a tourism website A recent scandal about some trips that were paid by customers but never offered brought back to present an old question: how do you check an online tourism website? A responsible consumer can use some simple tools and has to remember some basic information. Trusted comes with 7 pieces of advice for checking a company that has a tourism e-shop. also offers an online test for owners of e-shops, already taken more than 250 times.

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