Marketing Director at MY IT Partner.co.uk
30 May 2001 10:32am
I'm looking for non-copywrited marketing material to excite UK retailers about the benefits of B2C e-commerce, does such a resource exist? do you have any material I can use?
Please email material or links to
CEO at Econsultancy
30 May 2001 17:48pm
For once, you shouldn't have a problem finding evidence to support this online business case. e-tailing is a winning category online. All recent evidence supports this.
Try this http://www.imrg.org/IMRG/press.nsf/(httpPressReleases)/ADC9D9B0E5E061BB80256A56002F5B1A for example.
Or have a look at the following features and forum posts on this site to get more supporting information:
Good News Story: http://www.e-consultancy.com/newsfeatures/features/view.asp?id=673 - especially the bit about people wanting to buy online
e-tail set to sky rocket: http://www.e-consultancy.com/forum/default.asp?v=552&p=1 - in particular the links to 2 reports which will give you further info
There's loads of other stuff but this should give you enough to get going.
On 10:32:08 30 May 2001 donmacinne wrote:
>I'm looking for non-copywrited marketing material to
>excite UK retailers about the benefits of B2C e-commerce,
>does such a resource exist? do you have any material I can
>Please email material or links to >
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