Marketplace solutions provider Mirakl, has launched its business-to-business solution. The French company developed Mirakl Marketplace B2B to help distributors and manufacturers create their own online marketplaces.
Here you’ll find interesting articles about companies launching an online store, or companies launching their already existing online store in another country.
Spanish fashion brand Mango is collaborating with Amazon Europe. It opened a private online store on the popular marketplace. Or actually, it opened several online stores as the assortment is country-specific. In the UK for example, customers can buy all products, while in Germany and France only the men’s, kid’s and Violeta by Mango lines are offered.
Swedish startup iFoodbag developed an eponymous product which could revolutionize the online grocery industry. The iFoodbag is a temperature-controlled packaging solution that can protect chilled and frozen goods for up to 24 hours. With this, shopping online for groceries should be easier, as customers can now order products like frozen meat without any hassle.
AO.com, the largest online kitchen appliance specialist in the United Kingdom, has announced it has plans to launch a dedicated ecommerce website in the Netherlands. The online retailer expects to commence trading in the Netherlands in the spring of next year.
Amazon has launched its one-hour delivery service, called Amazon Prime Now, in Italy. Consumers who are Amazon Prime members can schedule a same-day delivery for free and have goods delivered within the hour for 6.90 euros. Italy is now the second European country to offer this Amazon service, after the United Kingdom got the scoop in July.
Fashion retailer H&M will soon launch an online store in Switzerland. It’s not officially announced yet, but all the indications are that the Swedish company will open its Swiss online store in just a few days. In the physical stores the upcoming opening of the ecommerce site was already announced over the loudspeakers.
JBC, a clothing store from Belgium, has opened its online store in the Netherlands. This ecommerce website will only feature the company’s children’s clothing. It’s not the first time JBC sells its apparel to Dutch customers, because ten years ago the company opened five physical stores at the northern neighbors.