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October 2013: Financial Times
Hunt for the next Amazon draws fund managers

As online retail giants eBay, Amazon and Asos jockey for market share, fund managers are waiting in the wings to try and spot the next big thing in online spending. Memories of the 2001 dotcom bubble have been erased, they say.

Sophie Albizua, co-founder of eNova, a retail consultancy, dismisses the idea that the surging share price of many online retail brands signals another dotcom bubble. “Ecommerce is the only bright spot on the retail horizon, so there is a bit of momentum and hype there,” she says. “But I would never say we are in a similar situation to the early tech bubble because the fundamentals have changed.”
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January 2013: Financial Times
How to unite the physical and digital worlds in luxury retailing

While bricks and mortar boutiques and emphasis on human contact would seem to be the perfect antidote to too much time spent online, digital experiences in luxury shops are starting to play an increasingly important role.

Ms Wynch [consultant at the eNova a partnership] says: “iPad assisted in-store ordering has resurrected the customer/adviser relationship.”
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