Mollie Spilman, COO, is selected as a winner in the 2019 BIG Innovation Awards!, the annual business awards program that recognizes the organizations, products and people that bring new ideas to life.
Forbes explores the key trends that are reshaping the retail industry, highlighting data from Criteo's Q3 Global Commerce Review that indicates omnichannel shoppers only account for 7 percent of customers but generate 27 percent of sales.
According to Criteo's Q3 2018 Global Commerce Review, mobile transactions represented 40 percent of all transactions in North America and 52 percent in Asia Pacific among retailers that actively promoted their shopping apps.
Mobile commerce plays an increasingly important role in developing countries. According to Criteo data, mobile purchases in LATAM grew 37 percent from 2016 to 2017, whereas 66 percent of all e-commerce transactions in the Middle East and Africa were generated through mobile.
Business Insider explores the growth of mobile commerce and the future of shopping, highlighting data from Criteo's Q2 2018 Global Commerce Review that shows mobile browsers posted a conversion rate of 6 percent in the second quarter of the year.
Multichannel Merchant shares findings from Criteo's Q3 Global Commerce Review, revealing that omnichannel shoppers worldwide represent just 7 percent of all consumers, but are responsible for 27 percent of all sales.
Jaysen Gillespie, Vice President, Head of Analytics and Data Science, emphasizes how brick-and-mortar retail has survived thanks to the value of the omnishopper in a story on changing purchasing habits.
Citing Criteo's Q3 Global Commerce Review, Business Insider highlights how smartphones’ share of US online retail sales, excluding apps, climbed to 31.8 percent in Q3 2018.
According to Criteo's Q3 Global Commerce Review, retailers that invest in advertising their standalone mobile applications continue to find success, with an average of 63 percent of all their transactions coming from mobile shopping.
Entrepreneur predicts how Amazon will transform e-commerce in 2019, pointing to data from Criteo's Global Commerce Review that indicates e-commerce stores with successful shopping apps are making the majority of their sales through mobile.