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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.

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Facebook Shops launched

Facebook Shops launched

Facebook has launched its own ecommerce platform called Facebook Shops. The service can be used on both Facebook and Instagram, with the products displayed through pages, stories and advertisements. In the future, placing an order in WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram Direct will also be possible.

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FC Barcelona launches online Barça Store

FC Barcelona launches online Barça Store

FC Barcelona has launched its own ecommerce channel for the sale of products from the Barça Store at Camp Nou. In the online store, fans will find club merchandising and retail items. There are also items that can only be bought at point of sales managed directly by the club.

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Zalando sells textile masks

Zalando sells textile masks

Today, Zalando has started the online sales of textile masks in Europe. The disposable masks are sold at an affordable price in all 17 markets and the profit will go to international efforts against the coronavirus.

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Rinascente starts with ecommerce in June

Rinascente starts with ecommerce in June

La Rinascente, a department store chain from Italy, will launch its own online store in June. Initially, the idea was to make an online debut last month, but this has been delayed due to the outbreak of coronavirus Covid-19.

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Bol.com to start in Wallonia

Bol.com to start in Wallonia

Bol.com will start with a French-speaking online shop in June this year. For, the Dutch ecommerce giant this will mark the first time its online store isn't in Dutch. It also means Bol.com will be accessible for all consumers in Belgium.

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Mister Spex offers first online eye test

Mister Spex offers first online eye test

Online optician Mister Spex now offers an online eye test, since the coronavirus has made it impossible in many European countries to visit an optician. It says it's the first optician to offer customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland the possibility of an individual eye test via an online application.

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