Thursday, January 23, 2020

Amazon France opens dedicated Euro 2016 shop

In 45 days, the best European soccer countries (minus the Netherlands) will decide which country will succeed Spain as the European champion. To get fans in the mood, Amazon France...

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...

Aldi opens its first online store in the UK

Also has finally opened its online store in the United Kingdom. The discount retailer has kicked-off its online shopping store by offering cases of wines for home delivery. The online...

‘Municipal subsidiary must close online store’

The ‘Freien Demokraten’ from the city counsil of the German city Wuppertal asked for the Wuppertaler Stadtwerke, the city’s municipal utility, to stop its online store in which it sells...

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,...

In Germany, Amazon is both very popular and unpopular

For internet users in Germany, Amazon is the most popular, and at the same time, the most unpopular online store. Even if other retailers have lower prices, Amazon is for...

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...

Dutch online retailer Coolblue resells returned items

Coolblue, a popular retailer from the Netherlands, will now be reselling ‘second chance’ items, products which have been returned by customers, in its shops for a reduced price. It already...

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...
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