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Retail & Ecommerce

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.

Bolt acquired crypto startup Wyre Payments to help it stand out in the highly competitive one-click checkout space.

2022 stands to be a record year for weddings: Retailers that cater to the growing number of couples planning to tie the knot this year should generate strong gains.

Some banks want to enable Zelle at big merchants, potentially to prepare for open banking disruption.

Amazon faces investigation into use of third-party seller data: As the SEC looks into Amazon business practices, Congress asks the DOJ to investigate the company for obstruction, which could heighten regulatory pressure on Big Tech.

Store brands have traditionally proliferated when inflation or a recession spurs consumers to spend more conservatively. But as store brands become more premium and fill specific customer needs, price is no longer the only driving factor.

Retailers have long had an eye on augmented reality (AR), but it still has unrealized potential for shopping purposes.

In 2022, 40.7% of China’s digital ad spending will go toward the ecommerce channel, for ads offered by retailers like Alibaba and This eclipses the share in the US, where 14.5% of digital ad spending will flow to ecommerce channel ads sold by the likes of Amazon, Walmart, and eBay.

Improving B2B payment automation and resolving cash flow issues provides a route into the SMB payments market.

European consumers are changing their buying habits vis-à-vis inflation: The war in Ukraine is impacting economic conditions in numerous European markets, driving up prices to near-record levels and reversing recent gains in consumer confidence.

3D advertising on rise as brands step toward the metaverse: Twitter and Meta are banking on new ad types to propel growth.

Offering users 3% at PayPal merchants and 2% elsewhere can help PayPal achieve the user engagement goals it outlined earlier this year.

The Payment Systems Regulator is concerned that rising fees are harmful to merchants.

Apple is taking a stand against anti-LGBTQ+ policies: the tech giant is taking a stance popular with its employees—and an increasing number of consumers.