Never mind the Twelve Days of Christmas — here are twelve essential facts that all retailers should know about the m-commerce revolution and mobile payments going into 2017. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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13th December 2016
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This holiday season, more than 40% of web-based purchases will be made on a mobile device. Check out our 12 essential facts about the m-commerce revolution to learn more about why retailers should be preparing to make the most of m-commerce in 2017.

Plus, saying thanks in China has got a lot more caffeinated as Tencent, owner of the messaging platform WeChat, has struck a deal with Starbucks to introduce a gifting feature into the platform. And guest writer Stuart Holmes gives us a detailed insight into the state of global B2B payments.

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Never mind the Twelve Days of Christmas — here are twelve essential facts that all retailers should know about the m-commerce revolution and mobile payments going into 2017.

12 Essential Facts About the M-Commerce Revolution
 
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Saying thanks in China has just got a whole lot more caffeinated as Tencent, the company that owns the social media platform WeChat, has struck a deal with coffee chain Starbucks to introduce a gifting feature into the platform.

Starbucks and Tencent's WeChat partner on gifting features in China
 

Loot, the smartphone banking app aimed at helping millennials stay on top of their finances, has finally launched this week and started to open accounts of the 25,000 people on its waiting list.

Millennial smartphone banking app, Loot, has launched
 

Stuart Holmes, General Manager at AFEX, looks into the state of global B2B payments, the impact that recent geopolitical events have had on the industry, and how this ties in with issues of trade, currency and technology.

The state of global B2B payments
 
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