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commerce conducted electronically (as on the internet)

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Mr Popov added that big data, e-tailing allows enhanced and direct customer connection for marketing and promotional purposes.
The E-Tailing Group is known for its 20-year annual mystery shopping programme that analyses and reports on 100 e-commerce sites.
Tony O'Keefe, director of the national industrial and logistics team at DTZ, added: "The growth in e-tailing has stimulated significant demand for large-scale industrial sites as demonstrated by recent activity at the region's leading logistics parks.
Several New Hampshire sites that took the time to e-do e-tailing right are reporting success: iDolls.
While there are only six players on this scorecard, the competition is fierce, as is evidenced by the sophisticated efforts of the supermarkets compared to other e-tailing channels.
com's E-tailing prowess, coupled with Phar-Mor's brick-and-mortar retailing know-how, demonstrate the best of both on-line and traditional retailing, which, ultimately, translates to a consumer victory.
Indeed features, benefits and price comparisons are the stuff of which today's e-tailing is made.
The figures vary rather wildly, but the consensus is that e-tailing is about to take off in a big way.
And look for a jump in e-tailing this year as shoppers become more comfortable with making purchases on the Internet.
HONG KONG, Dec 6, 2017 - (ACN Newswire) - The Asian E-tailing Summit debuted today at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).
Although e-commerce has been prominent in the online domain for quite some time now, it is different from e-tailing in the sense that while the former includes sale of goods and services, the latter pertains to only goods.
But members of the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers, who are holding a two-day conference in Birmingham, said they believe 90 per cent of the public do not appreciate the risks involved in e-tailing and that more than 60 per cent of retail managers are equally ignorant of the dangers.
based E-tailing Group, which lists assortment as the most important e-merchandising factor.
In these frontier e-tailing days, as consumers overcome skepticism and security fears, and as electronic merchants iron out technological and fulfillment kinks, a $200 table lamp seems a more attractive, safer purchase than a $2,000 sleigh bed.