Fashion brand MANGO is planning to open 60,000 new square metres of selling space in 2019. This extra selling space will be used for company stores and franchises all around the world. MANGO has started implementing a retail model based on opening larger stores and the closure of smaller stores a few years ago. In 2019, the net balance of new selling space will be 15,000m².
This article previously was published in Cross-Border Magazine Proudly founded in Singapore, HipVan is creating affordable furniture and home decoration for its customers. Inspired by the problem that in Singapore, there were limited furnishing options, high retail mark-ups and (a lot of) low quality products, HipVan seeks to help their customers build a stylish home they will
According to the French e-commerce federation (FEVAD) the online retail sales in France rose in the second quarter of 2018 to 22 billion euros, reports Reuters. This is a growth-percentage of 14.4%. The numbers show some interesting findings, FEVAD reports. They reflect that growth in a sector that has seen marketplaces like Amazon and others make inroads, puts pressure on
The government of Chile is planning to include a new tax on multinational digital (e-)commerce companies with local operations. This as a part of a wider tax bill set to go to Congress this year. According to Reuters, this is what Minister of Finance, Felipe Larrain, has stated. While he did not specify what the tax will involve, it has to do with a fee on each transaction,
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba generated more turnover from its cross-border activities. This can be concluded when looking at the quarterly figures of the company. The cross-border turnover grew 64%, to 652 million dollars. Coming months, C2C subsidiary marketplaces like LazMall and LazGlobal should accelerate international growth even more. The turnover of the Alibaba