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Click-and-collect model set to give boost to online shopping

30th December, 2014

Irish retailers are preparing for a significant shift in how consumers shop online, according to new research.

The study, commissioned by Barclays retail and wholesale banking sector team, suggests that a ‘click and collect’ e-commerce model, whereby customers buy or order goods online and then collect them from a local store, looks set to become more popular.

Barclays predicted continued change in the e-commerce and delivery market landscape, saying that a click-and-collect model...

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