European fashion marketplace Zalando collaborated with PostNord to open up to 50 private pick-up and drop-off points. The pilot is managed by Zalando’s Dutch partner, Homer. The pick-up and drop-off points will be located in residential areas in Aarhus and Copenhagen. Offering the new pick-up and drop-off points is meant to increase convenience for Zalando customers in Denmark.
Fashion platform Zalando will offer beauty products in five new markets, Sweden, Denmark, France, Belgium and Italy within the next two months. With this, it encourages shoppers to spend a little extra on accessories. The fashion platform first started selling women’s beauty products a year ago in Germany in a bid to counter a fall in average order size and boost profitability
Furniture (r)etailer Made has announced that its sales in the United Kingdom hit the 100 million pound mark for the first time last year. The sales grew by 34% in its home country and international figures went up by 40%. Made.com will expand to multiple countries across Europe in 2019. According to CEO Philippe Chainieux, the increase in sales is because today's consumers
There was an increase of 11 percent during the first six months of 2018 when looking at the e-commerce growth of the Nordic countries. They now have made online purchases worth 10 billion euros, of which more than 40 percent comes from the Swedish consumer (4.12 billion euros). It is followed by Denmark (2.49 billion euros), Norway (2.24 billion euros), and finally Finland
Online shoppers today have more choice, more information and crucially, less time. You face the challenge of cutting through the noise. To compete with commercial giants like Amazon, smaller online retailers are finding ways to meet customers wherever and whenever they want to shop- but flexibility is no longer enough. The convenience of online shopping was revolutionary a few