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The digital commerce market continues to grow and develop at a tremendous rate and 2019 was no exception. It’s astonishing to think we now help candidates secure roles that didn’t even exist as jobs as recently as 15 years ago! So, what were the top five hottest roles on the block in digital commerce during 2019?
Introducing Marketa Smith, our new internal recruiter here at Simply Commerce.
Simply Commerce Recruitment is pleased to announce that we have joined the recruitment trade body APSCo. APSCo is the only UK recruitment trade body with an international footprint with in-country operations in Germany, Singapore and Australia.
Benefits packages have, historically, been the extra element to a job offer with which companies look to make a difference to talent acquisition and retention. As the scope of benefits packages within the industry increases, the impact they have on which offers jobseekers choose to accept – and the companies they choose to remain with – becomes greater than ever
Over the last three years we’ve seen business from the EU make up more and more of our total revenue. In our positions as one of the fastest growing agencies in the UK we wanted to capitalise on that growth with the development of a European division.
Like it or not, tech is changing the way that we, as human beings, interact with the world around us. Augmented reality (AR) is a prime example. It’s a technology that takes our physical environment and superimposes digital content onto it.
Nearly half of online retailers list their e-commerce platform as a top three investment priority in the coming year, so there’s no shortage of demand. And ultimately, what’s important is the customer experience – because that’s where the profit lies.
There’s no doubt that an easy and free returns service is high on the wish lists of today’s online shoppers. It’s the number two reason influencing online sales, after free delivery. Perhaps understandably, return rates for items bought online are twice that of goods purchased in-store.