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Retail & Ecommerce

Retailers need multiple approaches to curb the cost of returns: With online returns costing retailers 21% of their order value on average, retailers need several ways to lower associated fees.

In Latin America, ad buys on ecommerce channels consist of lower-funnel actions like sponsored product ads. Although brands are shifting spending to more upper-funnel formats, such as sponsored display and video, these performance-driven formats will remain the cornerstone of marketers’ retail media strategies in the near term.

The launch is well-timed—crypto regulation is gaining momentum, which could alleviate a major adoption concern.

Amazon flexes its market power with seller surcharges, anti-union stance: Despite rapid growth during the pandemic, the ecommerce giant is passing fuel and inflation costs onto its sellers while resisting calls to improve working conditions.

The apparel resale market heats up: We expect annual average sales per buyer via online fashion resale marketplaces will more than double between 2021 and 2025.

Junior Scott Pence, CMO of Peace Out Skincare, talked with Insider Intelligence about the marketing opportunities within TikTok.

JPMorgan, Citi, and Wells Fargo reported double-digit card volume growth—here’s what to watch out for in the months ahead.

Open banking eliminates many of A2A payments’ pain points, making them an even more attractive option for merchants.

Brooklinen and Parachute push to gain market share: The two D2C home goods brands are opening stores and expanding into new channels to drive sales growth.

Meta’s Horizon Worlds features can monetize VR: Creators will be able to sell items “in-world,” with Meta taking up to 47.5%. Will creators balk at the cost of business in the metaverse?

Cash is on the decline everywhere, accounting for at most 44% of point-of-sale (POS) transaction value regionally and just 18% globally in 2021. Its share will drop to 10% worldwide by the end of 2025, with North America, Asia-Pacific, and Europe leading the charge away from physical money.

The card lets customers earn unlimited 2% cash back and may signal a broader move into general-purpose cards.

Cooling consumer demand drives down Q1 PC sales: PC makers need to attract consumer and educational markets with compelling 2-in-1s, gaming PCs, and tablets in coming quarters.

In 2022, US meal-kit subscription services will deliver $7.63 billion in digital sales to make up 22.8% of the country’s subscription ecommerce sales. The meal-kit subscription market has seen slowing growth since mushrooming by 85.0% in 2020, though its 17.0% increase this year is healthy nonetheless.

Fifteen trademark applications filed last week suggest Mastercard is buying the NFT and metaverse hype.

A number of economic headwinds threaten to pummel retailers: The war in Ukraine, continued supply chain bottlenecks, and rising inflation are increasing the risk of recession.

Block’s Jack Dorsey announced three new services at the Bitcoin 2022 conference aimed at streamlining Bitcoin investing and purchasing.

Roderick Morris co-founded Lovevery to provide parents with a subscription-based model of toys that evolve with children as they develop. He spoke with Insider Intelligence about expanding the subscription business internationally, providing parents with proper data to make purchasing decisions for their children, and more.

Inflation isn’t stopping consumers from buying premium brands: Levi’s and Birkenstocks are some of the companies leveraging their brand equity to raise prices and secure favorable retail partnerships.