The winners of the FDIH E-handelsprisen 2018 were revealed and online supermarket Nemlig.com won the main award. At the same event, Too Good To Go was rewarded with the title of best newcomer, while the 19-year old Daniel Johannesen was named the best ecommerce entrepreneur.
Here you’ll find all the ecommerce news articles we’ve written about ecommerce awards. In Europe there are huge award events like Global Ecommerce Summit, but there also smaller events with local ecommerce awards. Check it out and see which companies won those commerce awards!
Last Monday, it was time for the Shop-Award 2018, an award show organized by Internet World Business. This event praises the best online stores in Germany and other German-speaking countries. This year’s edition saw ecommerce companies such as About You and Mymuesli go home with the coveted trophies.
The online stores of Coolblue, Viata and Luxury for Men have been rewarded with the Twinkle Awards. Coolblue won an award for being the best omnichannel player in Belgium, while Viata went home with an award for best pure player. Luxury for Men was rewarded with an award for best starter.
Online pharmacist Apotea has been rewarded with an award for being Sweden’s most favorite online store. The online-only pharmacist is followed closely by Adlibris and CDON. It’s the first time PostNord has organized this competition, which is solely based on consumer votes.
This month, Swedish fashion retailer Chiquelle won the Global E-commerce Award at this year’s Global E-commerce Summit. The company’s pitch won 52 percent of the audience vote, thereby beating Indian online grocery store Big Basket and Swedish furniture manufacturer Ikea. We interviewed CEO and co-founder Pouya Boland about the award and the latest developments, including expanding to more countries.
The online store Galaxus.ch has been honored as the ecommerce champion of 2017 in Switzerland. The online shop of Digitec Galaxus AG received the most important Swiss E-Commerce Award during the sixth edition of this award show.
The organization behind the Global E-Commerce Summit has announced the nominees for its annual awards. In two categories, brands and retailers from across Europe compete for the jury’s favor. Finalists then need to present their elevator pitch, after which the GES audience will vote to decide which finalists will take home the awards.
From 20 to 22 June, the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center in London will be all bout ecommerce. Because that’s where and when eTail Europe will take place. The organization expects this to be their best-attended event ever and with developments such as Brexit, there is of course lots to talk about.
Ecommerce personalization software provider PureClarity has won an award during the European IT & Software Excellence Awards. The British company won the prize in the category ‘Big Data, IoT or Analytics Solution of the Year’, beating Datawright, Celaton and LogiAnalytics.
Douglas has won an award during the annual Internet World Business Shop Awards show earlier this week. The German perfume and cosmetics retailer went home with an award for being the best multichannel retailer. Other winners are About You, Borussia Dortmund and Winekiki.