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

Carrefour and Everli to deliver in France

Carrefour, the French supermarket group, is partnering with online grocery marketplace Everli to deliver in their home country France. The companies previously launched partnerships in Italy and Poland. Both brands are also looking to cover future international markets together.

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Klarna enters Ireland

Swedish fintech company Klarna has launched its 'buy now, pay later' service in Ireland today. Consumers can now pay in three interest-free installments at online retailers across the country. This expansion follows other news around Klarna, such as the company becoming the leading provider in its market.

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Klarna launches one-stop shopping app

Klarna, known for its 'buy now, pay later' solution launches a new one-stop shopping app today. Shoppers can place orders, see special offers, receive alerts on price reductions, manage payments and track deliveries within the app. All online stores are visible in the app, even if they're not working with Klarna.

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Shopee enters Spain

Shopee, a popular online marketplace from Singapore, is entering Spain. The company is quickly expanding across Europe, as the launch follows their recent move to Poland in September. Spanish sellers and consumers can use their platform as of today.

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Galaxus launches in Austria

Galaxus, a major online department store from Switzerland, launches in Austria today. With a range of half a million products, it will start out as a wide-range store immediately. It wants to be one of the top 5 online retailers in Austria. The company is now active in Switzerland, Germany and Austria.

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Shopee enters Europe

Shopee, a popular online shopping platform from Singapore, is ready to make its debut in Europe. The ecommerce company is preparing to launch in Poland. The company is part of Sea, whose gaming arm Garena is already active in Europe.

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