Sevilla’s wardrobe is already excited about the return of Rakitic

first_imgThe Covid-19 crisis announces a market with very few movements and still less investment. TO Rakitic will hardly fit one year contract in Barcelona with an important chip. Sevilla’s challenge is to get him out of the Camp Nou for the least possible investment, since the footballer he is 32 years old, and content him with a contract that may be the last of his career. In addition, the Croatian will find in Nervión the best possible environment: a hobby that mostly wishes your return and a wardrobe that sees him from the beginning as a luxury reinforcement, even as a probable captain. Precisely the captain of the Sevilla squad Jesus Navas applaud the possible movement: “Ivan is a great friend of mine. I appreciate you very much. As a companion is also a excellent person. Socceristically little more can be said about him … he is a magnificent soccer player. I always I wish him well and take the opportunity to send him a big hug him and his family. He has the affection of all the sevillismo “, he affirmed in Nervion Pride. Rakitic and Los Palacios they coincided in the Sánchez Pizjuán locker room for two seasons and a half from January 2011 to June 2013, when Navas left for Manchester City. “Right now talk of transfers does not apply“he said these days the sports director Monchi, in another of the movements (this one forced) of the slow chess game that Sevilla will play for sign Ivan Rakitic. The Croatian himself He did not want to raise the hare a few days ago, when in a telematic interview For Movistar he affirmed, smiling, that nobody of the Nervión club I had still called him. “I don’t know if Monchi has lost my phone or blocked me,” he joked. But that is not entirely accurate: your communication with the sports director, if only because they are good friends, is usual. To serbian Nemanja Gudelj, who arrived last summer in Nervión, also would love to have a partner to the midfielder Croatian: “Ivan Rakitic is a great player. Everyone knows how good it is. With his experience, in addition, it could mean a lot for Sevilla again. He is an important footballer and from the references I have, I also know that he is a very good person and companion. Would a huge plus for Sevilla if they could finally come. “ LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of April 23, 2020last_img read more

A new report from Juniper Research reveals that th

first_imgA new report from Juniper Research reveals that the digital commerce market (the buying and selling of products and services over the Internet) will double in growth from the more than $4 billion a year industry it is today to more than $8 billion.According to research author Lauren Foye, “The digital commerce market as a whole is seeing an ever increasing propensity toward an omni-channel approach, and this extends to e-commerce where the mobile and tablet platform is seeing increased use toward the purchasing of physical goods, either for delivery or collection.”“In addition, global online banking users as a proportion of banked individuals are forecast to cross the 50% mark in 2016.”[Related: Attention Walmart Shoppers: Introducing Walmart Pay]The report cites three main factors for this stupendous growth:Digital BankingRemote Digital GoodsRemote Physical GoodsOnline digital commerce events that have essentially become tradition, such as Cyber Monday, have boosted e-commerce profits. In fact, 2015 was a record year for Cyber Monday sales, the report notes.Other factors contributing to the explosion in digital commerce are continued transition to digital formats, and the rise in streamed subscription services.Getting ready to launch an e-commerce based tech startup? The report contains some valuable insight for you:More consumers prefer an end-to-end mobile ticketing process, with tickets purchased, delivered and validated using a mobile device or an app. A recent survey conducted in the UK found that 25% of events ticket buyers received ‘Print-at-home’ e-tickets while only 5% received mobile or in-app tickets, but nearly 20% of respondents confirmed they ‘would have preferred mobile or in-app tickets.Traffic and purchase levels were significantly higher on iOS devices than Android devices, more than 2 times and 4 times, respectively.The migration of consumers to mobile devices has led some retailers to redesign their websites from a ‘mobile first’ perspective.There is evidence of increased consumer confidence in, and willingness to engage with, the mobile device as both a content browsing and payment mechanism. (For example,  Domino’s, mobile accounted for 44.2% of online checkouts in 2014, up from 30.9% of online checkouts in 2013; this represented 31% of all sales)The use of mobile devices to make monetary transfers, such as international remittances, is expected to have a considerable lead over other market sectors by 2020.The value of mobile NFC (Near Field Communications) payments will display significant growth, increasing by over 400% between 2016 and 2020.There is increasing evidence that while tablets and smartphones are both heavily used for browsing, consumers are far more likely to make their purchases on tablets. What’s New in TechnologyLatest News for EntrepreneursOur Best Videos be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 https://www.blackenterprise.com/e-commerce-going-blow-even/ https://www.blackenterprise.com/e-commerce-going-blow-even/last_img read more