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Cross-channel

You can sell your products via a lot of channels. You can sell via your online store, via an app, via a phsyical store or maybe even via a pop-up store. On this page you’ll find all the ecommerce news articles about chross-channel.

KaDeWe’s online shop is live

KaDeWe’s online shop is live

In April it was announced that KaDeWe wanted an online shop. And now it’s there. The ecommerce website from the famous Berlin department store starts with 3,000 articles from 100 different suppliers. Continue reading

Rinascente launches online store

Rinascente launches online store

Italian department store Rinascente has launched its first online store. The ecommerce website is part of parent Central Group’s omnichannel strategy. Rinascente’s online shop is only aimed at Italian customers for now. Continue reading

AliExpress opens first physical store in Europe

AliExpress opens first physical store in Europe

AliExpress is going offline. The popular Chinese shopping platform has opened a physical store in Madrid, the first of its kind in Europe. The store actually operates more like a showroom, because products still need to be ordered online. Continue reading

Mister Spex raises 65 million euros

Mister Spex raises 65 million euros

Online optician Mister Spex has raised over 65 million euros in an equity round led by the Büll Family Office. With the fresh funding, the German company wants to accelerate its international growth and expand its retail network. Continue reading

Fashion retail group Tendam’s online sales grow 29.4%

Fashion retail group Tendam’s online sales grow 29.4%

Tendam, the Spanish fashion retail group that was formerly known as the Cortefiel Group, saw its online sales grow by 29.4 percent last year. Online sales now account for almost 8 percent of the company’s total sales in Spain. Continue reading

How Polish B2B companies buy and sell online

How Polish B2B companies buy and sell online

About three in four business-to-business companies in Poland sell their products or services online. The majority of those retailers have been involved in ecommerce for over five years now, while half of Polish B2B companies also operate internationally. Continue reading

Eyewear retailer Lentiamo wants to be European market leader

Eyewear retailer Lentiamo wants to be European market leader

Lentiamo, the largest online contact lens retailer in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Italy, wants to become the European market leader for eye care. The online store generated a turnover of 27.3 million euros in 2018 and wants to grow further, among other things with their own solution Solunate and by selling their own line of contact lenses. Continue reading

How omnichannel-ready is Switzerland?

How omnichannel-ready is Switzerland?

How omnichannel-ready is Switzerland? That’s what mail-order association VSV tried to find out with the Omnichannel Readiness Index. It shows the DIY & Home Improvement sector in Switzerland scores best on omnichannel maturity. Jewelry retailers and department stores are strong omnichannel players as well. Continue reading

Swiss Post tests order button with Migros, Domino’s and Qualipet

Swiss Post tests order button with Migros, Domino’s and Qualipet

Swiss Post is testing a new device that makes shopping online a lot easier. Around 1,000 households in Switzerland can order products and services by using the Post Home Button, which is nothing more than a small device with a button. Migros Aare, Qualipet and Domino’s Pizza have also joined the experiment. Continue reading

Mybudapester.com aims for international growth

Mybudapester.com aims for international growth

Mybudapester.com, an online shop for designer shoes, bags and accessories, is focusing more and more on attracting international stationary retailers to its platform. Up to 15 new German retailers will go online on the fashion platform this year, but international dealers will also be connected towards the end of this year. Continue reading

LateBird: the German answer to Amazon Go?

LateBird: the German answer to Amazon Go?

LateBird is a German invention that could be a serious competitor to Amazon Go, the checkout-free grocery store of Amazon. LateBird describes itself as an “autonomous digital 4.0 food shopping system”, but maybe it can be better described as a portable container module that houses hundreds of products groups, like frozen goods, drinks, fruits and vegetables. Continue reading