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

Lidl starts tests with pick-up point Lidl Express

Lidl ecommerce

Two months after Lidl announced it will start selling fruits and vegetables online in Germany, the supermarket discounter is now experimenting with Lidl Express, a pick-up point for online orders where consumers can also buy fresh products. Continue reading

Apple Pay launches in Spain

Apple Pay in Spain

Apple has launched its mobile payments service Apple Pay in Spain. It supports cards from Banco Santander, Carrefour, Ticket Restaurant and American Express. At the moment, Apple Pay in Spain can be used at 27 major retailers, including Media Markt and Bershka. Continue reading

Italian ecommerce company Banzai changes name to ePrice

Banzai becomes ePrice

Banzai, an Italian ecommerce company group, has announced plans to change its company name to ePrice, the same name as its online tech & appliances retail brand. It also announced it will invest 40 million euros in technology over the next five years in order to accelerate its development. Continue reading

Amazon sells Amazon Dash Button in France

Amazon Dash button in France

After launching its Dash buttons in the UK, Germany and Austria three months ago, the American company is now releasing its consumer goods-ordering buttons in France. Amazon Premium subscribers in France will be able to order the button that triggers the replenishment of 500 different products. Continue reading

UK visual commerce platform Goodvidio launches out of beta


Goodvidio, which helps online retailers increase their sales with product videos curated from social media, has finally launched its service out of beta. It has also announced integrations with popular ecommerce platforms like Magento and WooCommerce. With 1 million dollars of fresh funding, Goodvidio is looking to expand across Europe the United States. Continue reading

Aldi starts e-book service in Germany

Aldi Life Ebooks

After launching its own music streaming service, Aldi will now also launch an e-book service in Germany. The digital platform will offer one million e-books as well as a new Aldi Medion tablet that’s been optimized for reading e-books. Continue reading

Supermarket Kaufland opens online shop in Germany

Kaufland online shop

The German hypermarket Kaufland, part of the Schwarz Gruppe which also owns Lidl and Handelshof, has opened an online shop in Germany. But for now, the online delivery service is only available in Berlin. The website will offer the same prices as in-store. Continue reading

DPD France launches new services

Mister Pasha and Pickup Drive

DPD France has launched two new services. Mister Pasha, a premium service for after-hours package delivery, and Pickup Drive, which is said to be the first network for parcel pick-up and drop-off by car in less than three minutes. Continue reading