As the world increasingly moves online, businesses need to have a strong ecommerce presence to remain competitive. Once you’ve set up all your ecommerce essentials, from setting up payments to managing delivery and inventory, you have to figure out how to make it all profitable. There are a few things to consider when developing your ecommerce strategy. First, you need to understand your customer base and what they want from your online store. Secondly, you need to set some realistic goals for your ecommerce business.
E-commerce / New Retail
Organization and efficiency have a way of scratching an itch we didn’t even know we had, be it searching through hundreds of boxes in your storage unit for your high school yearbook or having to squeeze in all your makeup and skincare products in your bag before a business trip. At those moments, you’d wish there was a particular product that could make your life so much easier.
Last year, a physical Elon Musk-signed Tesla Model X toy car was minted as a non-fungible token (NFT) and put up for auction on OpenSea. The auction didn’t turn out to be very successful (probably because it wasn’t an official release made by Tesla), but this caused some car fans to wonder: will NFTs get into the automotive market someday?
When we hear the word “luxury”, we think of the sparkle of chandeliers; we think of the purr of a sports car engine; we think of…gold-plated staple pins? Don’t we?
But what makes these coveted items worth so much more than the average ceiling lights, the average family car and the good old staple pins that you can get a dime a dozen? Well, as they say, the devil is in the details, and the value is in the label of luxury.
You may be wondering how you can use your blog to generate leads (individuals who are interested in a firm’s services in any form). After all, isn’t a blog supposed to be a forum for sharing your thoughts and opinions with the world? It can certainly be that, but it can also serve as a powerful lead generation tool. According to HubSpot, 60% of consumers read blogs.
For many millennia, what we wear is an important part of our lives. Evolving from simply protecting our bodies, clothes have become an indicator of culture, profession and even social standing; and lately, as a means of self-expression as well. As such, fashion touches everyone on the planet, quite literally, and we may even call it our second skin.
With the inception of the metaverse, there is an increasing demand for devices that can provide users with an immersive experience that blurs the lines between the digital and physical worlds. This is where mixed reality (MR) headsets come in.
NFTICALLY is an up-and-coming startup company specializing in the non-fungible token (NFT) ecommerce metaverse. Upon entering the NFTICALLY metaverse, you get a 360-degree view of a chosen brand’s storefront and can navigate through the store to look more closely at its different features. Users can also opt to join sessions with friends, and they can call on channels only accessible to their own specified group of people.
Fashion is one of the many ways with which you can express yourself. From vintage trends comebacks to the emergence of more inclusive clothing brands, like SKIMS, and fashion tech, the fashion industry continues to evolve and makes shopping for garments fun—but not for the environment. The apparel industry accounts for 10% of the world’s carbon emissions and consumes 1.5 trillion liters of water (about 400,000 Olympic swimming pool) each year.
As of January this year, American style icon Kim Kardashian’s shapewear and underwear brand SKIMS is worth US$3.2 billion after raising US$240 million from investors. Though it was embroiled in controversy when it was initially launched, where its original name KIMONO was perceived as culturally insensitive to the traditional Japanese garment, it has now grown into one of the most successful apparel labels in the world.
Although there are still six months left in 2022, it is safe to say that it has been a year since cryptocurrency boomed and exploded in value, in large part thanks to e-commerce. While some big names are considering accepting crypto payments, some other major companies, such as Tesla, PayPal, Home Depot and the U.S. telecommunication giant AT&T, pioneered and began adopting cryptocurrency this year.
2021 was a good year for IPOs. IPOs in the United States raised US$156 billion, recording an 81 percent increase over the prior year. With such an outburst, tech stocks raised US$69 billion alone significantly. Shares of Bumble, a dating app created for women’s interests, closed up 63.5 percent in their IPO in January 2021.
Starting June 1, most companies plaster the familiar rainbow on their logos and across their product offerings. Looking at all of this, it becomes easy enough to forget that most of these brands do this simply as a once-in-a-year tradition instead of practicing what they preach—to support the LGBTQIA+ community all year round.
Starting a business isn’t easy. From finding raw materials and making your products to actually reaching the right customer base, everything takes a lot of time and energy. Even though this process is so hard, a lot of people venture out and start their own businesses, so much so that small business enterprises (SMEs) make up 90% of the world’s businesses.
Recently, personal color analysis has become more widely available to the regular individual instead of just the industry professionals. Personal color analysis refers to a system of classification that takes into account an individual’s complexion, undertones, hair and eye colors, etc.
When the Escape Welt team reached out to us with an offer to review one of their puzzle boxes for adults, to say I, a puzzle enthusiast, was excited is an understatement.