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Software and marketing solution provider HM Optimisation announces the launch of GrooveFunnels, an integrated online business suite that includes 20 e-commerce apps.

HM Optimisation, a software solution and digital marketing provider based in Europe, announces that it will begin offering the new GrooveFunnels all-in-one business software package. The platform is an integrated suite of 20 e-commerce apps and utilises a centralised customer support team.

More information about GrooveFunnels is available via https://groovepages.groovesell.com/a/q39MqnolE4tU

The firm offers GrooveFunnels as a cost-efficient platform that provides companies with the complete tools to power an online business. HM Optimisation notes that with a unified platform, customer representatives can provide support for all the apps, saving business owners time and effort.

GrooveFunnels is ideal for businesses that are currently “duct-taping” several e-commerce solutions and want a streamlined alternative. HM Optimisation adds that this package is especially helpful for the niches it serves, including small business, medical practices, and service contractors.

Interested parties may subscribe to GrooveFunnels by paying a one-time fee, which gives them lifetime access to all the apps. They may also take advantage of the free basic plan, which offers access to all the apps but with limited functionality.

The Platinum version includes tools for website design, sales funnel creation, email marketing integration, e-commerce shopping carts, and payment gateways, among others. It also offers integrated web hosting, as well as unlimited storage for videos and live streams.

GrooveFunnels features a built-in affiliate marketing program that enables users to earn residual income through product referrals. Customer engagement tools such as a survey platform and a CRM system are also included in the plan.

HM Optimisation says that getting an all-in-one system instead of subscribing to services on a piecemeal basis can yield significant savings. GrooveFunnels offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee with all Platinum subscriptions.

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Did COVID-19 steal your sales? This is how 9 Latin American startups successfully entered e-commerce


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Technological innovation and process optimization are booming. Changes and restrictions in physical interaction since the pandemic have forced companies to change the way they operate and do business, the recent McKinsey & Company survey “What 800 executives envision for the postpandemic workface ” conducted of executives of companies around the world, shows that a third of companies have accelerated the digitization of their supply chains, half have accelerated the digitization of their customer service channels, and two-thirds have more quickly adopted artificial intelligence and automation.

Undoubtedly, the pandemic has shown us that the digitization of companies of any size is necessary and that being prepared and being able to adapt quickly is essential. There has been an important evolution in consumer habits and in the adoption of purchasing through digital media, as mentioned in the eMarketer report, Latin America Ecommerce 2020 ( How COVID-19 will affect growth and sales in Argentina , Brazil and Mexico ), the region will have 191.7 million digital buyers and more than 10.8 million consumers will make a digital purchase for the first time this year.

In the region there are startups that are helping this entire process, standing out for presenting relevant innovations for sales processes, for promoting the digital transformation of companies through disruptive solutions that help them automate logistics and delivery processes, to increase productivity, for promoting customer loyalty and for allowing correct decision-making with the use of Big Data .

Here are some examples of these solutions, and the name of the startups that lead these changes, promoted by and belonging to Wayra , the Venture Capital of Telefónica

Europe Can Win Electric Car Sales Race If It Learns From China

(Bloomberg) — Sales of electric vehicles in Europe are growing at such a pace that the continent looks increasingly likely to outpace China in the near future.

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That’s one of the findings of a report released Tuesday by London-based automotive research firm Jato Dynamics. However, it found that Europe and the U.S. still have a few things to learn from China, the world’s biggest EV market, including prioritizing affordability, centralizing planning, and using data to better understand consumers.

Demand for cleaner and smarter cars is rising globally, particularly in Europe where the market has been bolstered by tighter emissions regulations along with an increasing awareness of climate change. EV sales in Europe in the first half exceeded China for the first time since 2015.

Although the coronavirus pandemic hurt all car sales, including EVs, which fell 15% globally in the second quarter, the market for electric vehicles is forecast to expand about 7% this year, led by Europe, according to a September report from BloombergNEF.

“What governments in underdeveloped EV markets now need is a more centralized plan to catalyze growth and create an optimal environment to build consumer confidence by making adoptions as simple as possible,” Jato’s report said.

Charging Stations

Besides heavily subsidizing EVs, the government in China has created an effective infrastructure and implementation strategy that’s crucial to supporting adoption, the report found. According to the International Energy Agency, the number of public slow- and fast-charging spots reached 862,118 worldwide, with China taking a 60% share.

Tesla Inc., the California-based company that’s currently the world’s biggest EV maker, earlier this month cut the price of its China-made Model 3 sedan to 249,900 yuan ($36,800), cheaper than anywhere else, aided by supply chain localization, especially batteries.

While subsidies in China are being dialed back, EVs are

Amazon’s Prime Day Sales Seen Sharply Exceeding 2019 Level

Online retailer Amazon’s annual Prime Day shopping extravaganza starts at midnight U.S. Eastern Oct. 13 and sales are expected to exceed those of last year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.

The Seattle tech provider and online retailer’s event, which runs two full days, could net $9.9 billion in total sales, eMarketer estimates. 

That figure is more than 38% above last year’s Prime Day. Amazon doesn’t release sales figures for the event, but researchers pegged last year’s sales at roughly $7.16 billion.

J.P. Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth more conservatively estimates Amazon will take in $7.5 billion of revenue from the event this year, up 42% from an estimated $5.3 billion in 2019. 

“The biggest difference this year is that Prime Day is running three months later than its typical mid-July timing. [And] as such Amazon is promoting the event as an early start to holiday shopping vs. Prime Day’s typical focus on summer and back-to-school shopping,” he wrote in a recent research note.

Prime Day has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Fareeha Ali, research and editorial director at Digital Commerce 360, this Prime Day also stands out because the retail landscape has shifted online with many new Prime members expected to join. 

“Retail has been flipped on its head this year because of the coronavirus pandemic,” she told TheStreet by email. 

“With store closures, e-commerce growth exploded much more than expected. And Amazon, as the No. 1 retailer in North America, benefited from more consumers shopping online. ‘

“It’s likely that Amazon gained many new customers this year — particularly Prime members — who will be eligible to shop Prime Day deals,” she said.

Prime members pay $119 a year, or $13 a month, for their subscriptions. For that cost, they get free and fast shipping, free

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One of the biggest online shopping events of the year, Amazon’s Prime Day sale offers steep discounts on a wide range of products including big-ticket items, apparel, groceries, and more.

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For two days, Prime members enjoy access to great deals on projectors & FHD & UHD 4K Smart TVs from Sony, Samsung, TCL, LG & more brands during the shopping event. Upgrading to a 4K TV is a good idea as older models are seeing lower prices on Amazon. An older Samsung TV, such as the 43-inch Class Crystal UHD TU-8000 Series 2019 model, is very affordable right now. It’s a 4K smart TV that comes with built-in Alexa and HDR. LG OLED TVs, on the other hand, are still expensive, but LG has some affordable models as well. The budget-friendly LG 43UN7300PUF, for instance, is a 43-inch 4K smart TV that comes with the popular WebOS, Alexa