eTail Nordic 2017

03 - 04 October, 2017

The Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Copenhagen

+ 442073689894

Whitepapers

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  • The Pulse of Nordic E-Commerce The Pulse of Nordic E-Commerce

    Consumers in the Nordic region made online purchases of 4.29 billion Euros during the second quarter of 2016. This is an increase of more than 800 million Euros or 23 percent compared to the same period in 2015. At the same time, domestic commerce has been growing even more quickly, by 29 percent.

    The gap between pure-play and bricks and mortar retailers is getting smaller. We interviewed 100 leading retailers in the Nordics to discover how they are responding to this new economic reality.

  • From Online To In-Store | Lessons from Leading Multichannel RetailersFrom Online To In-Store | Lessons from Leading Multichannel Retailers
    Have you ever wondered how to use mobile technology to more effectively drive sales in-store?
     
    Ever wished you could match your high street customers to your online customer data?
     
    Want to see precisely how the most successful multichannel European retailers are doing it?

    Download out latest Whitepaper, to get the first look at our most recent research on how digital technology is changing the game – and where the opportunities lie.  
  • Survival of the Quickest | How web optimization is driving business growthSurvival of the Quickest | How web optimization is driving business growth
    In the fast moving world of website optimisation every second counts – the faster you can respond to the data you have available the more you’ll be able to sell online.

    In Summer 2015 Frosmo and WBR Digital surveyed 100 leading retail eCommerce executives in Europe to find out how they are responding to the explosion of opportunity created by the boom in online sales.
  • eTail Nordic Market PulseeTail Nordic Market Pulse
    The European retail market has been characterised by rapid change over the last 10 years, and this trend is no less present in the Nordic nations. More competition, new technological disruptors and increasingly tech savvy customers mean that retailers must innovate to survive in this new commercial reality.