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The unstoppable rise of the online marketplace model – operated by the likes of Amazon, Expedia and eBay – is driving the largest fundamental shift in consumer spending since the emergence of eCommerce in the 1990s, a report by OC&C Strategy Consultants has found.
How iPhone's GPS + Ubiquity Revolutionised Transportation
2017 marks the 10 year anniversary of the introduction of the iPhone. In an interview with Bloomberg Radio, Nic Farhi talks about how the iPhone has revolutionised the transportation industry
Grocery Pioneer Whole Foods to Join Mass-Market Crowd
Natural food retailer pins hopes that Amazon purchase will help it regain its edge
OC&C appoints new telecoms and technology Partner, Chris Woodland
OC&C expands its technology and telecoms expertise with the appointment of new Partner, Chris Woodland
OC&C appoints Head of Global Analytics, James Walker
OC&C expands its expertise with the appointment of analytics pioneer, James Walker
Bridging the gap
Direct to Consumer (D2C) businesses have been launching across consumer categories in recent years – from apparel to beauty
OC&C announced as the winner of the 2017 Business Charity Award
We are delighted to have won the 2017 Business Charity Award for our partnership with Just Like Us
Due diligence is no longer just an exercise which involves ticking boxes and uncovering any deal-breaking risks
The lean and mean approach of 3G
3G has been a big wake-up call for the industry. Lots of questions are being asked of incumbent management teams as to whether they really are managing the business as effectively as they could
Small screens, big profits
Numbers are stacking up for smartphones but how will UK retailers truly cash in?
The Marketer's Manifesto
What are the biggest challenges facing marketers today? OC&C Strategy Consultants and Experian interviewed more than 100 global CMOs and marketing executives to find out
Why Next’s Amazon Prime-style delivery pass is a smart move
Purchases delivered to customer's homes can cost between 5-23 times more than a purchase made in store, so why are retailers like Next offering unlimited next-day delivery subscription services?