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Are we being April fooled? The debate is still out about Amazon’s latest announcement – The #DashButton

Attach the device to appliances around the home and when pushed a delivery for will be automatically processed to reorder household goods such as washing powder and razors to nappies or cat food. Currently only available for Amazon Prime subscribers. What are your thoughts? 
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The Scotsman has interviewed the British Retail Consortium’s director-general, Helen Dickinson on what lies ahead for the retail industry. Dickinson describes digital as a game changer for retailers- displayed by the recent consumer shopping spree on Black Friday. However, she also argues that click and collect is bringing customers back to the high street rather than destroying town centres, describing it as offering a great opportunity for small retail businesses. 
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If you’re a small independent retailer, or a fledgling in the world of eCommerce, online marketplaces can be a fantastic resource to launch your business and increase revenue. Take inspiration from these three success stories, published by The Guardian:
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Seen as the consumers who are changing the retail landscape, Millennials are at the forefront of the digital wave. Discover more about the last generation of the 20th century and how they driving eCommerce: http://inpostinsights.com/2015/03/27/how-millennials-are-changing-the-face-of-retail/ 
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In the news, John Lewis has begun trialing a customer Bluetooth tracker for those using their click & collect service. The tracker is activated when a customer with the smartphone app is 70m away, asking the customer when they would like to collect their delivery so that staff can ensure it is ready upon arrival. John Lewis believes the technology could cut down waiting times and lengthy queues for collection. 
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