Dec 15, 2022

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Zoa launches rental innovation programme to define circular e-commerce

The sister company of the rental platform Hirestreet will be working with “major fashion brands” on the project, which it said will guide the evolution of its ongoing white-label solution.

How E-commerce Supports Entrepreneurship, the Growth of SMEs in Africa

A report stated that fostering entrepreneurial ecosystems helps support economic growth by encouraging entrepreneurial activities and processes that ultimately support the growth of small businesses. The report revealed that Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) make up a large portion of African enterprises and form the basis of almost all national economies because of their importance in generating new jobs and offering specialized services.

Mindware Launches B2B e-Commerce Website

Mindware, one of the leading Value Added Distributors (VADs) in the Middle East and Africa, today announced the launch of its B2B eCommerce website, Mindware Store, in the United Arab Emirates.

How is Avni Transforming the Female Hygiene Market with its Innovation

The future potential of this category is enormous, as demand for feminine hygiene products is increasing significantly, forcing the market to provide personalized options. Due to its cost-effectiveness, there is an increase in the demand for eco-friendly products in female hygiene. Capitalizing on this trend, Avni, a digital-first D2C brand, is planning to take a larger share in this market.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing India’s e-commerce industry

The next growth revolution in the Indian e-commerce market is being driven by newly developed and quickly expanding technologies like artificial intelligence, data analytics, and online payment gateways like the Unified Payments Interface (UPI).

How turning retail stores into e-commerce centres can avoid massive emissions

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are usually broken down into energy, transportation, building, manufacturing, agriculture and so on, but retail is absent. Yet retail is one of the largest ordering customers of many of these sectors, and retail supply chains are responsible for 25% of global GHG emissions.

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