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By Gary Mortimer We're not going to stop wandering through shopping centres anytime soon, but mobile, micro-location and voice technologies are set to transform the retail experience. Retailers, struggling to connect with their customers, have been trialling new technologies to blend in-store and digital experiences. Interactive kiosks, mobile-friendly...

By Adrian R. Camilleri Online ratings and reviews may seem like a good way to see what other consumers think of a product but they can be to simplistic and misleading, research shows. A lot of consumers, when searching online for something to buy, will take a...

By Paul McGreevy Pets can be influenced by the personality traits of their owners, something veterinarians could use to help them diagnoise any pet problems. There’s an old saying that pets and their owners become more similar as time goes by. There may be some truth in...

By Janette Young Pets have been shown to have positive effects for physical health for some time, so why don't we take them more seriously? Pets are a powerful positive influence in many people’s lives. No doubt many people reading this article are part of the estimated...

By Gary Mortimer Retailers are starting to realise the benefit of combining online and in-store shopping. And by encouraging you to click first and collect later, these businesses are saving on a number of costs. Retailers are starting to realise the benefit of combining online and in-store...

By Mary Barrett Management trumps technology in making companies productive, but that doesn't mean firms can be complacent when it comes to keeping up with change. As technology improves, it’s tempting for company executives to slash jobs that are “standard” and “routine”, making them easy to automate....

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