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NEW YORK: Under Armour, the sporting goods manufacturer, is leveraging the power of Amazon’s e-commerce platform in recognition of its status as a hub for retail search, consumer reviews, and “need-based” shopping.

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Under Armour, the sporting-goods manufacturer, has made strategic use of Amazon, the e-commerce platform, as a sales driver.

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L'Oréal, the beauty company, is using partnerships to advance its e-commerce agenda in different ways.

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L'Oréal, the beauty company, is building an e-commerce playbook that is helping it succeed in this increasingly valuable arena.

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LONDON: Two of Europe’s biggest supermarket chains have announced a strategic alliance for the sourcing of private label goods that will help both brands fight in an increasingly competitive market.

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Skittles, a fruit-flavoured sweets brand, reversed declining sales in the UK by launching a Gay Pride campaign that removed the brand's rainbow colours from its packaging.

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MUNICH/PARIS: Faced with growing competition from the likes of Amazon and other online retailers, two leading European electronics retailers are fighting back with plans to launch a “European Retail Alliance”.

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Coca-Cola, the drinks manufacturer, aimed to target fans that used different devices and screens, with fresh at-home snacking rituals that open up further opportunities to drive sales of soft drinks.

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MUMBAI: India’s e-commerce sector faces yet another shake-up as US retail giant Walmart prepares to take a majority stake in Flipkart, a move that is expected to presage a move into online grocery sales where US rival Amazon is already a ...

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Brand Alley, the online retailer, approaches the issue of customer centricity from three different angles in order to deliver an effective experience to its members.

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HANGZHOU: Tmall Global, the Alibaba-owned online marketplace that specialises in cross-border e-commerce, has announced plans to open six new procurement centres around the world in a move expected to benefit overseas brands.

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TOKYO: Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, is joining forces with Rakuten, the biggest e-commerce operator in Japan, in a strategic alliance that effectively ramps up their challenge to Amazon in Japan and the US.

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BEIJING: Tencent Holdings, the company behind WeChat, is entering the retail e-commerce field through a partnership with online retail challenger JD.com to invest heavily into Vipshop, an online discount retailer for fashion brands in China.

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BERLIN: Amazon is making inroads in Europe, having signed up more than 350 brands in the past year, but German rival Zalando is fighting back by growing its already extensive partnership initiative.

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Foodpanda, one of Asia’s largest food delivery companies, considers customer experience to be a brand touchpoint, with reliability a core focus.

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HONG KONG: Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, is taking a major step into physical retailing by joining forces with Auchan Retail of France and Taiwan’s Ruentex Group to take a controlling stake in Sun Art Retail Group.

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E-commerce generates huge amounts of data that platforms can utilise to assist brand partners in a variety of ways.

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RALEIGH, NC: Small and local retailers across the US are learning to co-exist with e-commerce players and no longer regard the likes of Amazon as “the enemy”, a new study suggests.

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PORTLAND, ORE: Nike is to focus on a small number of premium retail partnerships and its own direct-to-consumer efforts in the future as the sportswear brand seeks to hit a target of $50bn in sales within five years.

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NEW YORK: All retailers in the US have had to consider how best to respond to the rise of the mighty Amazon, and it seems Walmart’s strategy is to boost its online presence by striking deals with other retailers.

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NEW YORK: A global survey of marketing executives has revealed that brands and retailers are increasingly more willing to pool data resources as a response to disruption by big e-commerce companies.

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This case study shows how confectionery brand SNICKERS partnered with 7-Eleven to engage Australian millennials in a category that has declined 6% since 2007.

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NEW DELHI: Amid news that the American QSR has announced the termination of the franchise agreement with Connaught Plaza Restaurants in India’s North and East, McDonald’s is struggling to remain relevant in the globe’s second ...

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CHICAGO: Walmart.com, the US shopping giant’s e-commerce service, is recruiting vendors from countries outside of the US, including China, in a pivot away from its Made-in-America campaign, according to a Reuters report.

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NEW YORK: Smaller retailers are tapping brand manufacturers' first-party data to help drive sales as lines start to blur between media and shopper marketing budgets.