Saturday, August 24, 2019

Dutch ecommerce giant bol.com hits revenue of €680mn

Bol.com, the biggest ecommerce site in the Netherlands, has reported revenue of 680 million euros for 2013, which is half of the 1.4 billion euros revenue generated by mother company...

H&M launches online store in 7 new countries in Europe

H&M has opened several new online stores in Europe. It now has dedicated websites in Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Luxembourg and Ireland. The fashion retailer offers the same range...

Lidl opens online store in the Netherlands

Lidl has opened an online store in the Netherlands. Dutch consumers are now able to order all kinds of non-food products, such as fashion, tools, home accessories and  kitchen tools...

Swiss Post offers ecommerce service to small businesses

Swiss Post has launched a new service. Together with Futurecom Interactive, the postal company is supporting small businesses by offering them a complete set of services that cover the entire...

Aldi UK now offers non-food items online

German discount retailer Aldi has expanded its range of products that it offers via its British ecommerce website. It added non-food items such as electrical goods and garden tools, after...

Buying furniture online in France is popular

The online furniture industry in France is hot. Whereas the general ecommerce penetration in this country is still lower than in Germany or the UK, it is the opposite for...

Ecommerce players can buy a .shop domain on September 26

The .shop top-level domain will be generally available starting September 26, which means everyone can buy a .shop domain. If it’s still available, that is. Lots of major brands and...

German hypermarket Kaufland prepares online grocery delivery

Hypermarket chain Kaufland, is readying an online grocery shopping operation in Berlin that will also include fresh food. It’s not clear when the ecommerce service of Kauflan will officialy launch,...

Gap will open shop within Zalando

Gap and Zalando have today announced a pan-European partnership, which means Gap’s clothing and accessories will be available within Europe’s largest online fashion website beginning next summer. The partnership will...

Groupon shuts down in 4 European countries

Groupon closed the doors of 4  European websites. After closing its operations in Greece, Turkey and the Nordic countries, the American ecommerce marketplace is now shutting down in Ukraine, Portugal,...
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Lesara closes its doors

The online store of Lesara has finally closed its doors. After the German fashion startup filed for insolvency in November last year and...

eBay UK launches Local eBay