Retailers Boohoo, ASOS and Asda are currently under investigation by the competition regulator, Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), for potentially greenwashing and misleading customers about their 'green' actions.
Fun fact: ASOS was originally known as As Seen On Screen, and it showcased fashion inspired by celebrities that the everyday shopper could find. Since then, it has become one of the world's largest and leading fashion marketplaces, with tens of thousands of clothes on its platform. Let's take a look at the E-Commerce Time Machine to see how far this fashion retailer has come from 2003 to 2022.
ASOS is undergoing some big changes. Not only has the CEO stepped down, but the business has warned of potentially changing profits by about 40 percent, due to increasing prices and a strain on the supply chain.
Pureplay UK online retailer, ASOS, has snapped up Arcadia Group's Topshop and other brands, which filed for administration late last year. The deal excludes physical stores, driving further digital growth.
ASOS has been one of the world's leading pureplay retailers for years. Since launching in 2000 in London, it has become a global e-commerce giant. Let's go back in time and see how the site has changed since the beginning.
Augmented Reality is so hot right now, thanks to ASOS' latest launch of a virtual catwalk. In its first stint into AR, the online fashion store has announced the launch of 'Virtual Catwalk', a service that allows consumers to see models wearing the pieces of clothing.
Power Retail’s highly anticipated All Star Bash 2024 and the accompanying exclusive Outlook lunch event are just weeks away, and to further add to the excitement, Power Retail is thrilled to announce a partnership with Team Global Express.
Adam Shalagin delves into the new and imperfect ecosystem that is Streaming Media, whose video content is arguably the most powerful medium available for advertisers and brands to reach potential customers.