TORONTO, Nov. 15, 2012 /CNW/ - Holiday shopping isn't what it used to be.
Consumers are skipping the busy malls and parking lots and turning to online
shopping. In fact, a recent survey by eBay Canada shows that almost half of
Canadians will turn to mobile and online shopping for part or all of their
"Canadians are increasingly looking to their mobile devices to solve their
holiday dilemmas," said eBay Canada Country Manager Andrea Stairs. "You can
shop anytime, anywhere inspiration hits with the eBay Mobile app."
Bringing the mobile shopping experience to life, eBay Canada is opening a
three-day, outdoor Holiday Market in downtown Toronto beginning November 15th.
eBay's first Canadian pop-up shop will allow consumers - any time of the day
or night - to browse a curated collection of this season's most inspired gift
ideas and shop right from their phones or tablets. Consumers across the
country can also shop this curated gift guide by going to
HD b-roll including quotes from eBay Canada Country Manager Andrea Stairs on
the future of holiday shopping and results from the eBay Holiday survey are
available in the links and attachments below. Interviews with eBay Canada are
also available upon request.
Broadcast video to support this story is available to download at
Camille Kowalewski Edelman email@example.com 416.849.1901 or
Video with caption: "Video: B-Roll: eBay Canada Hosts 24-Hour Holiday Pop-up
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Image with caption: "eBay Canada demonstrates the ease of mobile shopping at
their first ever 24-Hour pop-up shop in downtown Toronto on November 15.
Shoppers can browse a curated collection of this season's most inspired gift
ideas until November 17 at the Holiday Market located in the Bloor St.
shopping district or online at eBay.ca/HolidayMarket (CNW Group/eBay Canada)".
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SOURCE: eBay Canada
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