Prime Day isn’t impervious to economic slowdown, but it’ll do just fine: We still expect the event to generate more than $12.5 in revenues this year—and boost spending on other sites too.
Activision-Blizzard acquisition rocked by UK antitrust probe: A prolonged investigation could have wide implications as regulators study whether the deal will lead to higher prices, lower quality, and fewer consumer options.
On today's episode, we discuss why Net Promoter Score (NPS) usage isn't translating into a better customer experience for many, how to use it effectively, and tactics for dealing with angry customers. "In Other News," we talk about how neobanks can use customer service to stand out from the crowd and the significance of Target adding coffee pickup and returns to its curbside service. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Patty Soltis.
Revolut is using Stripe’s infrastructure for payment processing in the UK and Europe and to support global expansion.
Pinterest unveils its social commerce ambitions: Its shift from a discovery engine to major commerce player under new CEO Bill Ready has begun.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Katie Spies, founder and CEO at raw dog food brand Maev, about shifting consumer demographics and her mission to create a pet brand for the millennial consumer.
US retail ecommerce sales will top $1 trillion this year, up 9.4% from $960.44 billion last year. Come 2026, more than $1 in $5 spent on retail will come from ecommerce channels.
TikTok reconfigures its social commerce strategy: As western consumers fail to embrace livestream shopping en masse, the social media platform is forced to dial back expansion plans.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss how inflation got so high and which metrics retailers should be looking at to determine the economic reality of this moment. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top two companies reacting the best to economic uncertainty—and which two are reacting the worst. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts Briefings director Jeremy Goldman and analyst Zak Stambor.
Shuttering Novi, the crypto wallet that was live for less than a year, could free up resources for a new digital wallet.
In the US, 55.1% of Gen Z digital buyers ages 14 and older will use a buy now, pay later (BNPL) service at least once this year. That figure drops to 48.6% for millennial digital buyers and becomes progressively smaller among older generations.
Travel tanked in 2020, as the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic shaved US digital travel sales by 50.0%. This is the first year sales will pass what they were in 2019, and the number of digital travel bookers in the US won’t return to what it was in 2019 until 2024.
Since the start of the pandemic, Shopify has emerged as a leading ecommerce platform for merchants large and small.
Younger generations expect quick responses from brands: Gen Zers and millennials prefer text messaging over email with brands to facilitate faster communication.
Klarna is staring down a potential 85% valuation cut—here’s what fintechs will have to contend with in H2.
Future of work, focus on CX trends are powering Airbnb success: The travel platform’s growth come as the rest of the travel industry sees mixed results.
Connected TV to draw users and time spent in the US: CTV is vying with smartphones and tablets for consumer attention while generating advertiser interest, our forecast shows.
Digital media formats are poised for growth in US and Canada: Total media consumption will decrease this year as pandemic-inspired habits calm.
On today's episode, we discuss what to expect from Prime Day 2022, Instagram's projected growth, what Americans watch on TV, the latest social commerce moves, movie theater ads 2.0, an unpopular opinion about comparing TV and digital video, how much time we spend doing meaningless work tasks, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Blake Droesch and Paul Verna and senior director of Briefings Stephanie Taglianetti.