Tag "e-kereskedelem"

GVH: illegal, hidden influence in online trade is spreading

Unlawful, hidden influence in online trade is spreading, based on a rapid investigation by the European consumer protection authorities, more than a third of traders manipulate consumers in the online...

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Fulfilment centre opens for online stores

Hungary’s first cutting-edge technology fulfilment centre is now up and running, located in Üllő. As a new player in Hungarian e-commerce, Boxy Zrt. has opened a completely new market in...

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E-commerce in Germany also hit by a slump in consumer spending

The slowdown in consumer spending has also affected online retail in Germany. Last year, e-commerce sales fell by around 5 per cent to €101.7 billion, according to industry association bevh....

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European authorities warn of an Internet trap

The EU consumer protection authorities draw attention to a tricky practice in the online space: some companies secretly trick unsuspecting users into subscribing to their services. The Economic Competition Authority...

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E-commerce: the Czech and Slovak online stores win over the domestic ones

It is an inevitable step for Hungarian online stores to expand abroad – this was said at one of the presentations in the e-commerce hall of the Hungarian Marketing Festival....

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Amazon to shutter three UK warehouses

Amazon is to shutter three UK warehouses and replace them with two new distribution centres. Sites in Hemel Hempstead, Doncaster and Gourock are slated for closure, and staff there will...

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Russia’s Ozon opens office in China to boost cross-border sales

Russian online retailer Ozon Holdings will open an office in Shenzhen in China, because they wish to boost cross-border sales. According to a statement by Ozon, it already has 10,000...

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European Commission: 43 percent of online stores violated EU rules during the Advent period

43 percent of online stores violated EU rules when announcing discount prices during the Advent period, according to a report published by the European Commission on Monday. The sellers announced...

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Damaged packages at Christmas can cause up to 18.1 billion euros in damage to companies

In the period from Black Friday to Christmas, online orders swell several times, which is why this period is of particular importance in e-commerce. The busiest months of the year...

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Efficiency in e-commerce: increasing the role of last mile logistics warehouses is important

According to the GKI report, in 2021 the online market generated HUF 1,200 billion in turnover in Hungary, and service providers delivered nearly 67 million orders. Despite the fact that...

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E-commerce: 60 percent of people still pay cash on delivery today

While in 2015, customers paid for 80 percent of products upon delivery, according to the GKI survey, today the situation is somewhat more favorable: only 60 percent ask for cash...

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Santa Claus Is Coming To WhatsApp With New Carrefour Initiative

Carrefour has teamed up with WhatsApp to offer a solution whereby shoppers can purchase a range of Christmas items through the platform, via the Père Noël de Carrefour (Santa Claus...

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Replanning consumers, replanning retailers

A 1,000-respondent survey conducted by KPMG in the summer of 2022, titled “Consumer Pulse Survey”, has found that rising prices made consumers change their shopping habits: they now spend their...

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Lavazza Agrees To Buy France’s Maxicoffee

Italian coffee maker Lavazza has made a binding offer to acquire French coffee seller MaxiCoffee to strengthen its position in France and in e-commerce. “Our strategy is to support the...

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Amazon started layoffs

Amazon began laying off corporate employees last week, becoming the latest of the tech giants (Twitter, Salesforce, Meta) to slash its workforce by thousands. The cuts are expected to affect...

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Only one thing, change is constant in the packaging industry

Béla Cservenka, local sales manager of DS Smith Packaging Hungary told our magazine that sustainability and the circular economy are in the centre of their operations. This is the reason...

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Cinnabon launches delivery service across the UK

Cinnabon has launched its first delivery service across the UK, allowing customers to receive sweet baked treats within 48 hours of the order being placed. Following demand from ‘Cinnafans’, the...

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We play to win

Members of POPAI Hungary Association met in Heineken’s new office on 8 September. National trade marketing manager Dániel Salem was the host, and the topic was the future of sales...

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Cheaper, fewer, promotional

NielsenIQ hosted a POPAI Hungary Association meeting on 6 October, the topic of which was e-commerce from NielsenIQ’s perspective. Managing director Erik Vágyi welcomed participants and spoke about how growing...

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These will be the most popular products of this year’s Black Friday

In recent years, Black Friday fever has raged among retailers and customers alike. Many people wait for the sale period to buy the necessary electronic devices, and it is also...

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Black Friday: despite the recession, retailers expect a lot from it

Christmas bulk shopping and gift-buying is a challenge every year, but Hungary has been hit by Black Friday, Black November and Cyber ​​Monday fever from the United States for years....

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Aldi U.S. to up the ante in online grocery

The discount grocer is working with e-commerce specialist Spryker Systems to develop a new online food and grocery shopping experience for the U.S. market, including grocery delivery and/or curbside pickup...

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Danish Retailer MENY Enters Wine E-Commerce Market

Danish retailer Dagrofa has announced that its MENY retail chain is launching a new e-commerce platform for selling wine. The platform, MENY Wine, is part of the retailer’s #FremgangSammen strategy, which...

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E-commerce companies are also suffering from the crisis

Drastic inflation, the rise in overhead costs and the uncertainty experienced by consumers soon had an impact on online retail as well: in September, 49 percent of e-commerce companies experienced...

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Online shopping: Necessity has turned into convenience

Péter Klekner, CEO of Kifli.hu believes that the war, the price cap and high inflation caught everyone by surprise. “Reacting to these and maintaining the usual high level of service...

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A positive aftereffect of the pandemic: Goods transport is booming

Klára Ráczné Hegedűs, corporate sales director of Hungarian Post told our magazine that e-commerce was expanding slowly but steadily in the first half of the year, but the slowdown in...

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Payment Experience Report: 6 out of 10 of us have made purchases while lying in bed, but at least it was planned

Based on this year’s report of the Payment Experience Report, online shopping is beginning to find its physical place in our lives: our bedroom has clearly become the main scene...

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Is fast delivery more important than everything else? – Future Trade conference – Which way are logistics and delivery services going?

Logistics and shipping were also discussed at the Future Trade conference in May. András Táncsics, the CEO of Boxy Logisztikai Zrt. was the first speaker. He introduced the future-proof logistics...

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Inflation appears belatedly in e-commerce

In most cases, strong market competition delays the price increase of products sold online, the price comparison portal Olcsóbbat.hu concluded, in connection with the fact that it examined the annual...

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Modern crisis management: we order a lot of things from China

We order a lot of things from outside the EU, mainly from China – an article by Pénzcentrum points out. When it comes to the gold medal source country, China,...

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