| ||04/07/2019 - 15:09|
Online shopping has become increasingly popular amongst South African consumers. Convenience, competitive pricing, and a wide choice of products make online purchasing a no-brainer for tech-savvy shoppers, but retailers need to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to standing out against the competition. read more
| ||04/09/2018 - 13:43|
The third annual PriceCheck Tech and E-commerce Awards sponsored by Criteo was held last week at Cape Town's Westin Hotel. The event brings together and recognises brands and individuals in e-commerce and technology providing outstanding consumer experiences. read more
| ||15/06/2018 - 10:52|
Be honest, when you buy a bottle of wine to take to a dinner party, how often do you choose one that has gold stickers on it, over one that costs more? The odds are good that, if the wine has won awards to earn those stickers, industry experts have given it their firm nod of approval. This makes it stand out on the shelf above all others. read more
| ||21/11/2017 - 11:03|
We’ve all heard the stories about Black Friday in the US - all the latest goods at crazy low prices - but are South Africans experiencing the biggest day on the shopping calendar in the same way? Kevin Tucker, Founder and CEO of PriceCheck, Africa’s most popular comparison and discovery service, says there’s no doubt about it.
| ||07/03/2017 - 13:07|
South African consumers are increasingly turning to e-commerce platforms when looking for, comparing and purchasing a variety of items. 26% of respondents from a recent survey made their very first online purchase in June 2015 – a massive recent uptake when compared to the total number of new online shoppers for the period July 2015 - June 2016 (14%). read more
| ||13/12/2016 - 16:24|
Savvy site management and ongoing marketing are key factors.
| ||29/07/2016 - 14:09|
According to the World Wide Worx Online Retail in South Africa 2016 report, online retail has maintained a growth rate of above 20% for several years. In 2015, the rate of growth was 26% or R7.5bn and this year, growth in rand terms is expected to remain the same as in 2015, taking the total to above R9bn. read more