Klarna is a major payments company from Sweden. Nowadays, it is one of the biggest fintech companies in Europe. Their payment solution offers a variety of payments methods. The most used payment method is one that allows customers to pay for online purchases after receiving them. On 30 June, Klarna entered the Spanish market with the launch of its 'buy now, pay later' service.
Digital 1to1 with its powerful innovative soul launches the first 100% online meeting for the European Digital industry this spring. The 16 and 17th of June you can have a date with the e-commerce industry. This idea is born from the need to help companies who are facing new challenges due to the current situation. Innovation in the business world, the Online Business
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