Starbucks’ Mobile Order & Pay will make its debut in China and Japan later this year as the application heads towards driving 50 percent of the chain’s purchases within the next few years.
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McDonald’s in Japan is partnering with wireless carrier NTT Docomo, enabling customers who pay at most of the chain’s 3,000 locations nationwide using the iD mobile payment platform to receive discounts on their purchases.
Luxury Daily today – Neiman Marcus simplifies purchase process with mobile photo feature; Brands recalibrate focus in Japan to appeal to younger consumers.
Convenience store retailer 7-Eleven is working with Japanese soft drink manufacturer Pocari Sweat on a beacon campaign in Singapore that tracks runners’ progress and offers rewards when they pass one of the chain’s locations.
Luxury Daily today – Lanvin strengthens relationship with Japanese consumers through new Twitter account; Cartier reassures consumers during renovations via temporary Fifth Avenue boutique.
So we all thought that the iPad, iPhone and other Apple products running on the famous iOS system was the brainchild of Steve Jobs. Think again.
Some misconceptions have been recently shared about the effectiveness of mobile donations. And I would like to clear up any confusion that exists right now.
As the crises surrounding the recent earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan unfold, mobile giving has not been quite as prevalent as it was just a year ago for Haiti.
Nonprofit organizations such as the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army, wireless carriers and a range of celebrities have stepped up to issue mobile calls-to-action to raise funds to support victims of the tragedy in Japan.