Digital commerce around the world Our events programme to-date has taken us to Amsterdam, Paris and New York; curating groups to learn and to share. View More Examining Online Shopper Behaviour At our first ZX.YCN panel event in Brussels, we’ll be looking at how retailers can successfully cater to the behaviours and needs of consumers online. View Event
December 15, 2017 — What’s new
Visa plays with the look, feel and sound of making a payment, while Try and ThredUp experiment with how we shop for goods online, in this week’s round-up of digital developments.
This week in digital: voice-activated digital assistants from Moet Hennessy, Target’s mobile payment app, and the Augmented Humanity trend.
At our first ZX.YCN panel event in Brussels, we’ll be looking at how retailers can successfully cater to the behaviours and needs of consumers online.
A download of developments and insights in digital, from VR shopping experiences to chatbot gift guides for the festive season.
Shipup co-founder Romain Ogiela discusses missed opportunities for enhancing the post-purchase experience, and how online retailers can make the most of them.
From the Smellable VR trend to Estee Lauder offering personalised skincare advice via Google Home, we present the week’s developments in digital.
We chat to Tom Broughton, founder of Cubitts, about his experience of taking the online spectacles brand offline, and what he’s learned along the way.
This week in digital: Exploring the success of Marriott’s army of chatbots, and new AR innovations from Blippar and Apple.
The latest in a series of short films with the Zx Ventures team, product manager Sam Broder discusses how digital is changing the way new features are launched and tested.
This week in digital: Amazon’s AR visualiser lets you picture products in your home, while Pepsi’s new chatbot takes drinks orders at events.
A pop-up bar from Amazon and Walmart’s shelf-stocking robots feature in this week’s digest of digital developments.
China’s top tech-related consumer brands, Amazon’s venture into the smart-home market, and micro-influencers feature in this week’s digital roundup.