A mobile app will improve your sales – 90% of time on mobile is spent in apps

“Mobile use grows 58% year on year.”

“Digital Commerce – Mobile 87% outpaces PC 0% growth rates”

“84% of smartphone shoppers use their mobile phone to help them shop while in a store…”

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Rare cigarette paintings up for auction

Original artwork of people smoking and children handing out cigarettes, which once hung inside England’s last tobacco factory, are set to go to auction.

About 120 “artefacts” are up for sale following the closure of Imperial Tobacco’s Horizon factory in Nottingham, in March 2016. The building, known as Players, after founder John Player, had the pictures displayed across five floors.

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$425,000 antique clock reported stolen from Chicago show at Merchandise Mart

Chicago police are investigating the reported theft of a jewel-encrusted antique clock valued at $425,000 from an exhibit of the Chicago Antiques + Art + Design Show held at the Merchandise Mart.

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Small change to small fortune at car boot sales

A diamond ring to be auctioned in July is set to make its owner a effervescent profit.

The ring was bought for £10 at a car boot market at West Middlesex Hospital in Isleworth, west London, in the 1980’s.

It’s expected to fetch £350,000 at Sotheby’s – and it’s not the first item to return small change into a small fortune…

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