August 18, 2017 — What’s new
Key findings from the 2017 Q2 Shopping Index Report and a new digital OS map feature in this week’s digest of the digital world.
This week in digital commerce: Sephora brings live chat to its smartphone app, and Nike gamifies sneaker shopping.
ASOS launches visual search, WeWork looks to expand into Asia, and more news and analysis from the week in digital commerce.
Helping us explore how brands can benefit from personalisation, Improve Digital’s Angela Pellaupessy explains the advantages of programmatic advertising in a short film.
Image search comes to eBay, Uniqlo dispenses t-shirts at the touch of a button, and other news and analysis from the week in digital commerce.
In a short film, StyleScript’s Jonna Fassbender-van den Dungen explains how her image recognition and auto-tagging API is helping retailers deliver a more personalised experience.
This week in digital commerce: Google tests autoplay videos and Amazon makes moves into healthcare.
We speak to to Casper co-founder and MD Constantin Eis about how the company has brought all the benefits of buying online to the mattress industry.
Following our first event in Amsterdam, we’ll be continuing our conversation around personalisation at a panel discussion in Paris this September.
Deliveroo teams with TripAdvisor and Amazon’s Prime Day pays off: new developments and insightful analysis from around the web this week.
As our online activity becomes increasingly visual, one company is helping marketers draw insights from images. We speak to Dashmote’s Stefan Tan to learn more.
Volvo goes electric, Airbnb advocates for diversity at Cannes, and other news and analysis from the week in digital commerce.