With complex trade negotiations about to begin, MetaPack, a global leader in e-commerce delivery technology, has today stated that European e-commerce can continue to flourish and escape burdensome red tape despite last week’s European Referendum result.
The latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks ending 19 June 2016 show the market slipping into decline for the first time since January, with supermarket sales falling by 0.2% as like-for-like grocery prices
Scurri, an award-winning, cloud based fulfilment platform, which has some of biggest UK online retailers as clients, is predicting a £33.4bn loss for these online retailers due to last Friday’s referendum result. It is also looking at the option of
Shock has arrived on the back of the UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union and Prime Minister David Cameron’s decision to resign. This shock has resulted in a “Black Friday” effect in financial markets with the price of
Jon Copestake, chief retail and consumer goods analyst, lead analyst - data and research at the Economist Intelligence Unit, considers the impact of the Brexit votie on retail
“Brexit has already caused a significant shock in retail markets with the
Today’s referendum result will have far reaching repercussions for the UK and indeed the global economy and property markets, argues James Roberts, chief economist at Knight Frank
Despite being less than a week until the EU referendum, a lot of UK organisations remain unsure about what a Brexit vote might mean for their businesses and supply chains, according to Duncan Boyd, manager at global supply chain consultancy
The shock which a Brexit would give to the UK economy would lead to retail figures falling by 3% in 2017, according to a new report released today by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The study, which maps the impact of a
A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that 3 in 5 (60%) retailers have made no business plans whatsoever should a Brexit go ahead in June; a little over a month