Fashion giant Inditex, the owner of brands such as Bershka, Massimo Dutti and Zara, faces the consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak. In Spain, the fashion producer switched its clothes factories in Spain over to making medical supplies. Also, its logistical hub has almost ground to a halt. This effectively freezes the centre of Inditex's business from which it supplies its
Amazon temporarily extends its return period and limits stock weights for products that require two people to pick, pack or ship. This is a consequence of new measurements for the business while dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. Return period Merchants on Amazon will see the platforms return window extended to the 31st of May, reports Tamebay. This accounts for all
In Spain, online sales have grown 55% since the confinement of the population began due to the COVID019 pandemic. Some Spanish e-commerce markets feel the pain directly, while others flourish. Spanish e-commerce categories such as fashion and footwear (-69%) and pets (-22%) have seen their turnover fall. However, this has been offset by the growth in sales in categories such
Consumers on Amazon Spain seem to better find their way to Spanish online sellers on the platform. In 2019, 1,350 Spanish SME online marketplace sellers generated more than $500,000 in revenue. This is an increase of 30% compared to 2018. SME success Of these, 350 hit the $1 million mark in 2019. The total number of Spanish SME sellers on the Spanish Amazon platform is
Amazon Business Prime has launched in Spain. Spain is the fourth market in Europe where this premium service can now be used by businesses. Customers can get unlimited free delivery in one business day with Business Prime. Delivery on the same evening is offered, too. In Europe, the service is currently offered in Germany, the United Kingdom, France and -now- Spain.