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International e-commerce sales at the children's apparel retailer grew 42% in the third quarter of 2017, thanks to strong performances in Canada and China.

CGT's readers rank the top technology providers of software, hardware and/or services for B2B and B2C, direct-to-consumer, wholesale/retail commerce and e-commerce.

The 2014 Review & Outlook Report is a roadmap that pinpoints where the industry is today and where it's headed. This year, 75 of the best and brightest minds in consumer goods share predictions and guidance for the year 2020 in the areas of IT, Innovation, Sales & Marketing and Supply Chain.

Nescaf and Google have teamed up to offer the worlds first fully immersive virtual reality coffee experience. Find out how the Nescaf 360 app and an ingenious viewer transport consumers to Brazils coffee fields.

Find out in this shopper-based study why retailers need to focus on the one true channel, which is the shoppers experience with you.

Fashion icon Burberry adjusts its strategy in line with the fact that 40 percent of its digital traffic now comes from a mobile device.

Walmart launches its hypermarket O2O platform "Walmart To Go" in Shenzhen, consisting of the newly launched "Walmart" mobile shopping APP, "To Go Service Center" in stores for self pick up, and multiple online & offline e-payment options.

Domino's Pizza revealed this week its customers will be able to order pizzaon Twitter by simply tweeting the pizza emoji to the retailer.

Leveraged in the right ways, mobile technology can lead to massive efficiency gains as well as sophisticated interactions with consumers. This edition of CGT Straight Talk taps the collective brainpower of industry thought leaders in the space to debunk crippling myths around mobility.

The consumer goods giant plans for mobile marketing primacy by 2020 in a strategy that includes covering mobile data charges for those interacting with its brands.

Mobility is still new enough to create a lot of confusion around capabilities, with some claiming it is easy to develop enterprise-level applications that seamlessly run on all platforms and devices while integrating with back-office data. Others will tell you that ROI is difficult to attain.

Mobile devices are everywhere, and the statistics on end-user adoption are staggering. New research ascertains adoption rates in the CG industry.

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