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Here you’ll find interesting articles about companies launching an online store, or companies launching their already existing online store in another country.

Fiverr launches in Germany

Fiverr

Fiverr.com has launched in Germany. The online marketplace for creative and digital services now has a localized website with country-specific functions for Germans. This launch marks the first European branch of the Israeli tech company. Continue reading

Yandex launches ecommerce services Beru and Bringly

Yandex

Russian tech platform Yandex has launched two new services aimed at ecommerce. It now provides an online marketplace, called Beru, and offers Bringly: an ecommerce platform that is dedicated to enhancing cross-border shopping for consumers in Russia. Continue reading

Migros launches grocery delivery service Miacar

Migros, major supermarket chain from Switzerland

Migros, the largest supermarket chain of Switzerland, is bringing back the famous Migros wagons, but with a digital twist. In the Bern region, the company is testing Miacar, a new delivery service that resembles the Dutch online grocery startup Picnic that’s currently shaking up the German market. Continue reading

Austrian app Jingle wants to boost local shopping

Jingle Marktplatz

Jingle, a startup from Vienna, wants to be a local alternative to major online retailers. With its marketplace app, consumers can easily browse and find products from local retailers. This month, Jingle has received a six-digit investment from Umdasch, an Austrian company that realizes stores for retail companies. Continue reading

Zalon expands to Sweden

Zalon by Zalando

Zalando, the personal styling service of Zalando, has expanded to Sweden. The company has also made a French version of its service available to its customers in Belgium and Switzerland. Zalon by Zalando is now available in six markets across Europe. Continue reading

Galaxus launches in Germany

Galaxus Deutschland (Germany)

Galaxus, a major online department store form Switzerland, has launched in Germany. Galaxus Deutschland will start as an electronics retailer, but in the next few months, it will become a wide-range online store. In the medium term, Galaxus even wants to be one of the top 5 ecommerce players in Germany. Continue reading

Dutch online store Superwinkel expands to Germany

Supershop.de, an online store from Superwinkel.nl

Superwinkel.nl, an online department store from the Netherlands, has expanded to Germany. Last month, the ecommerce company opened the digital doors of Supershop.de. This is not the first time the retailer sells in Germany, as it has been selling products through Amazon Germany since October 2017. Continue reading

xSellco launches helpdesk eDesk

eDesk

Ecommerce platform provider xSellco has launched eDesk, a helpdesk that integrates with several ecommerce marketplaces, shopping carts and social channels, and should help online retailers to scale their customer support strategy. Continue reading

Amazon Turkey has launched

Amazon has launched Amazon Turkey today. The dedicated local marketplace offers products from 15 different categories to Turkish customers. Consumers in Turkey could already order at Amazon, but that happened via a translated version of the German Amazon. Now, they have their own dedicated Amazon website with Amazon Turkey. Continue reading

Pet shop Zooplus opens online supermarket Zoobee

Zoobee

Zooplus, a major online retailer of pet supplies, has entered a new market. The German company launched Zoobee, an online supermarket that sells all kinds of foods and drinks for human beings. As it’s still a Zooplus brand, the online supermarket also sells pet supplies.
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German fashion store Edited launches in Belgium

Online fashion retailer Edited form Germany

German fashion retailer Edited keeps on expanding. The retail company has opened its latest online store in Belgium. The launch follows just one month after the German company opened its digital doors in the Netherlands. Continue reading

European Retail Alliance launched

European Retail Alliance

The European Retail Alliance has officially launched, three months after it was announced that European ecommerce companies MediaMarktSaturn and Fnac Darty wanted to form an alliance. European Retail Alliance is said to be Europe’s answer to ecommerce giants such as Amazon and Alibaba. Continue reading