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e-tail•ing

(ˈiˌteɪ lɪŋ)

n.
the selling of goods and services on the Internet or through e-mail solicitation.
[1995–2000; e- + (re) tailing]
e′-tail′er, n.
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e-tailing

[ˈiːteɪlɪŋ] Nventa f en línea, venta f via or por Internet
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Naples, FL, February 15, 2018 --(PR.com)-- This year is already setting new records for delegate and supplier attendance at the eTailing Summit, which takes place on July 10nd 2018 at the Hilton London Canary Wharf.
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A recent India's E-Tailing Industry -Seller's Perspective' 2014 study by Spire Research and Consulting also said lack of robust payment mechanisms; Cash On Delivery (COD) options were prone to risks as well as payment delays and difficulties in logistics and order placements were some of the key obstructions faced by sellers/respondents in the etailing space.
24 -- eTailing India's vision is to bring the eCommerce eco-system on a central platform to disseminate knowledge, share experiences, connect with eco-system providers and drive the growth of the overall eCommerce eco-system.
Trojan Electronics has developed its own software system and is recognised by eBay as one of the premier full service etailing organisations.
5 October 2011 -- Losses from debit and credit card fraud have marked their steepest fall since the introduction of online banking and etailing, as the financial sector has been pouring money into technology to detect illicit activities, the Financial Times reports.
He added, "At this time of year, you're not going to go out and buy a load of vinyl flooring." But he conceded that for some shoppers, etailing was a god-send.
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The survey looked at a few top businesses in each of four etailing categories: portals, retail, auction, and brokerage.
Online music execs are cagey about providing hard stats to quantify catalog sales over the Web, but according to Andy Jassy, director of music for etailing giant Amazon.com, "We sell 2.5 times more catalog as a percentage of total than traditional stores -- when people are trying to find titles that aren't new releases, they go on the Net."