BATON ROUGE, La. (Gov. John Bel Edwards’ Office)- State officials announced an e-commerce initiative to boost the online performance of Louisiana’s small businesses. The goal of LASmallBizOnline.com – with support from Shopify, is to make Louisiana businesses more competitive during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. “Small businesses are playing a critical role in Louisiana’s recovery from the [
The social network is positioning its new commerce feature as a way to help small businesses that have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook's announcement comes as consumers have flocked to online shopping during the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook and Instagram are making their biggest push yet into online shopping with Facebook Shops, which allows businesses to turn their Facebook and Instagram pages into online storefronts for their fans and followers.Facebook, as with pretty much a
Facebook Shops lets businesses sell their products online using Facebook and Instagram.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One of Kansas City’s oldest and most historic parts of town is looking past the pandemic. From spring through fall, the West Bottoms is full of antique and vintage shoppers on the hunt, people combing through floors of unique furniture and wares. The very high-touch atmosphere has all but shut down [
Amazon has some major news today - it just launched Common Threads: Vogue x Amazon Fashion! The initiative is a dedicated digital storefront that provides support to small- and medium-sized fashion businesses affected by the pandemic. It allows these brands to reach Amazon's massive pool of customers and have access to its advanced fulfillment network. You can shop brands like 3.1 Phillip Lim, Edie Parker, Tanya Taylor, Brock Collection, Derek Lam 10 Crosby, Tabitha Simmons, and lots more.
Nike is finally beginning to reopen stores in the U.S., but the company said Thursday it expects the coronavirus pandemic will still have a material impact on its business in North America, parts of Europe and Asia during its fiscal fourth quarter.
In an exclusive interview with PJ Media Wednesday, Lindsey Graham, the owner of Glamour Salon in Salem, Oregon said she has continued to fight, while setting up a new foundation to help other small businesses fight back. She has also filed a tort claim with the state and various agencies that subjected her to coordinated harassment, informing them of a future lawsuit.
Former Arkansas governor and Fox News contributor Mike Huckabee pointed out on “Outnumbered Overtime” on Tuesday that amid the coronavirus pandemic “what doesn't make sense to most people is that boutiques have been ordered closed, but the big box stores can be open.”
Facebook stock rose 5% on Wednesday to a new high of $228.20 after the company announced a new feature called Shops, a virtual mall designed to help businesses suffering during COVID-19. Shops, announced Tuesday, will “make it easy for businesses to set up a single online store for customers to access on both Facebook and [
'Much safer here than grocery store'; Carmel business owner preps for in-person shopping, defying health order