The impact on the British economy, despite all the preparations the government and private businesses have taken, is expected to be severe, especially in the case of “No Deal”, which would significantly disrupt Britain’s export-oriented economy. B2C businesses will suffer more in the coming months as tariffs and waiting times will take their toll and force them to raise prices and lower expectations in regards to delivery time. B2B businesses will have to step up with importing large enough volumes of products in order to compensate.
This week's Wicked Quick is brought to you from IRCE @RetailX in Chicago. We met up with Marcus Rottmaier from Productsup and got the low down on why retailers need to be concerned with product content syndication.
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