Why Renting Space in the BizHub Online Shopping Mall
is Essential for Your Business' Future Well-Being.

BizHub Central provides consumers with a seamless OMNICHANNEL shopping experience. We integrate the different methods of shopping available to consumers (e.g. online from a desktop or mobile device, in a physical shop, or by phone).

BizHub is a multichannel approach to sales that seeks to provide merchants with a constant influx of new customers and sales (ie: SHARED TRAFFIC), and customers with a seamless shopping experience, whether they're shopping online from a desktop or mobile device, by telephone, or in a brick-and-mortar store.


As you know, more than 80% of people now shop online. Which is why most merchants have a web site.
Unfortunately, those websites only get visits from people who already know they exist.
That is why they stagnate and never grow.
They don’t get new sales from new customers, the lifeblood of every retail business, like they do in our Mall, where every merchant benefits from each other’s invited customers to the Mall.

We would therefore like to invite you to consider renting space in the BizHub Central online shopping mall, where you will pick up plenty of “spin-off” business from other merchants' invited guests.

And we’re currently running an awesome Special Deal called the Tenant Bundle!
For a low, low monthly fee, you get more than 20 Features and Benefits, including your own private and public shops, a "shop window" and automatic membership of our Business Development Plan Training Course.
Click the button below to register. Choose to pay every month, every 3 months or every 6 months.
The longer you pay for, the better your bonuses!

Get in touch with us!

Paul von Wildenrath.
Creator and CEO.
The BizHub Central Group of Companies
Mobile: +27742675500

50 Statistics About Retail Marketing
and Consumer Shopping Trends.

Article Credits: V12 Retail, Jan. 2018.

Are you an omnichannel retailer? Consumers shop today across channels, both online and in brick-and-mortar locations. They price check from their phones, add items to their online carts only to head into a physical store to make a final purchase, and shop from tablets, phones, laptops, social channels, and physical store locations. While ecommerce is growing at staggering speeds, the importance of brick-and-mortar retail shouldn’t be ignored. With so many changes in the world of retail and the ways consumers shop, here are 50 amazing statistics on the state of retail today.

The Growth of eCommerce – Are You Ready?

Article Credits: V12 Retail, April 2, 2019.

Global ecommerce is growing at an unprecedented pace. In 2017 it reached around $2.3 trillion and is expected to hit $4.5 trillion in 2021 (according to a Statista report). In the US alone, ecommerce represents almost 10 percent of retail sales — a figure that is growing by nearly 15 percent each year.

Retailers can’t expect to remain competitive unless they are present on their customers’ preferred channels. Investments in online, digital and mobile channels is a necessity. In fact, eCommerce/digital influences up to 56% of in-store purchases. Many consumers are also shopping online via their mobile devices. As much as 11 percent of online shoppers now shop online via their smartphone on a weekly basis, and 35 percent say it will become their main purchasing tool. (Source – Shopify).

Infographic - 20 Must-Know Statistics
About Today’s Consumer Shopping Trends.

Article Credits: V12 Retail, February 13, 2018.

With so many changes in the world of retail and the ways consumers shop, here are some amazing statistics on the state of retail today.

Social Media Marketing: Trends and Opportunities.

Article Credits: V12 Retail, July 8, 2019.

As with all marketing channels, social media is continually evolving. Since it was first introduced, it is continuing to grow, providing tremendous opportunities for brands to reach their customer base.

Before diving into social media today, did you know that the first recognizable social media site, Six Degrees, was created in 1997? It enabled users to upload a profile and make friends with other users. In 1999, the first blogging sites became popular and social media took off from there with sites like MySpace and LinkedIn gaining in popularity in the early 2000s. By 2006, Facebook and Twitter both became available to users throughout the world and other sites rapidly began to be introduced.

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