With so many people heading online to shop because of the COVID-19 pandemic, pivoting to a new reality has become more important than ever to succeed as a small business.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… if you’re a scammer. With online retail becoming an even more enticing option during the pandemic, cyber security experts are warning Christmas shoppers to protect themselves.
Black Friday is off to a quiet start in Canada, with early indications from across the country pointing to a subdued in-store shopping day amid the pandemic.
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With Manitoba businesses unable to sell non-essential items in-person right now, many people will be turning to online shopping this holiday season.
Riding a surge in e-commerce, Cargojet reported its best quarterly financial results ever for the three months ended June 30, and its share price soared to new records
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As per a report by Betterplace, around 14 lakh jobs will be created in 2020 for blue-collar workers, adding that 80 per cent of the overall demand comes from the gig economy
While they are not offering any numerical projections, FedEx Express Canada is expecting this holiday shopping season to be record breaking in their books.
This years online shopping extravaganza also comes a week after Alibaba lost almost $76-billion of its market value
Online shopping remains the retail source of choice for most Canadian shoppers as consumers head into the holiday shopping season and a new survey shows more people want to buy Canadian.