DV Closet, a digital fashion start up, has announced the launch of its styling and personal shopper app. The DV Closet app matches users with [more…]
New research from VoucherCodes.co.uk has found that Brits are spending, on average, £36.76 of their monthly disposable income via their mobile devices. This equates to a huge £1.46 billion spent using mobile technology in the UK every month*.
The digitally savvy younger generations are leading the charge in mobile payment adoption, with those aged 18 to 24 spending £67.59 of their monthly disposable income via their mobile devices compared to just £16.89 amongst those aged 55 and over. Currently, men are over twice as likely as women to shop using mobile payments in store (12% vs 5%).
British mobile video platform LoopMe has announced new optimisation and reporting technology, PurchaseLoop (patent pending), a global industry first which has the potential to revolutionise [more…]
Online Conferencing Can Help Virtual Teams Succeed
For consumers, the Internet quickly is leading to the death of print newspapers because of the speed and convenience of the information channel. In the business world, video conferencing is quickly replacing the power of telephone conversations. Everyone has a mobile phone, but fewer phone calls are being made.
BSM has launched a new mobile optimised website www.bsm.co.uk for pupils and instructors.
Following its recent launch, Screwfix’s Click & Collect service has been going from strength-to-strength, with over 17,000 orders weekly and tradesmen citing it as another great tool to add to their kit.
Click & Collect enables tradesmen to purchase Screwfix products online, and collect their goods in any one of over 220 trade counters nationwide, just 5 minutes later.