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Good news for high street tech sales, but etailers are still missing out

ParcelHero’s Head of Consumer Research, David Jinks MILT, looks at the recent healthy results for tech sales – but questions why some online stores are still missing out… A recent Reuters poll revealed retail experts feared a particularly dismal outlook for June sales, with a slump of 0.3% or more …

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“UK’s homespun Amazon Tax won’t save the high street”

E-commerce home delivery specialist ParcelHero has spoken out about Chancellor Hammond’s decision to push for an international tax on web giants at the G7 Finance Ministers’ meeting, and his earlier announcement of a new independent British ‘Amazon Tax’. “In the dying days of this Cabinet, the current Chancellor is still determined …

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Amazon’s Prime Day predicted to bring in $6.7bn, but what about its marketplace traders?

On 15th and 16th July, Amazon will once again run its annual Prime Day sales bonanza, where shoppers will be able to pick up products at incredibly low prices. This year is predicted to set a new record, says the e-commerce delivery specialist ParcelHero, believing the members’ only sale will …

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Soaring logistics company failures “an early warning of a possible recession” says ParcelHero

ParcelHero has warned that the failure of a significant number of major logistics and delivery companies over the past year is an early warning of a possible Brexit-fuelled recession. Calling the logistics industry a “bellwether for the economy”, ParcelHero says that the abnormally high number of leading supply chain companies …

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UK firms should be “careful what they wish for” when it comes to a Brexit resolution, warns ParcelHero

Despite UK businesses crying out for a resolution to the Brexit limbo, ParcelHero has warned that they should be careful what they wish for, as its recent study reveals most companies go bust immediately after, rather than during, a downturn. Whether it’s a hard, soft or no-deal Brexit, most businesses …

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