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Ah, the online store! That’s what it’s all about in the ecommerce industry, right? In this category you’ll find articles about several online stores throughout Europe. It could be an article about an online store has been launched or about online stores in general in a certain country. So check out this category if you’re specifically interested in online stores.

Ccinsight shows Covid-19’s impact on ecommerce

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

A new project, called Covid-19 Commerce Insight, shows the impact coronavirus Covid-19 has on ecommerce in Europe and the rest of the world. Every day, the tool shows new data at a global and regional level in multiple sectors. Continue reading

ICA stores stop ecommerce after hoarding

ICA

Several ICA stores in Sweden have been forced to stop its ecommerce activities, after consumers have been hoarding like crazy. Mainly in the Stockholm area, some ICA stores have completely or partially stopped the opportunity to pick up orders in stores. Continue reading

Southern Europe discovers online groceries

Online groceries

With the Covid-19 lockdown in action in Southern Europe, consumers in Italy, Spain and France are quickly discovering online shopping. More and more retailers are going online to sell their stuff, while an increasing number of consumers are ordering their groceries and products online. Continue reading

Qliro Group becomes Nelly Group after CDON moves out

Qliro Group becomes Nelly Group

Qliro Group, a Nordic ecommerce group that currently consists of marketplace CDON, payments company Qliro and fashion retailer Nelly.com, is transforming. CDON will move out and become an independent company, while Nelly will remain. As a result, Qliro Group will be renamed Nelly Group. Continue reading

Amazon.nl open for external vendors

Amazon has officially announced it will launch an online store in the Netherlands. That’s why it is now opening its doors to external vendors. Both Dutch and foreign sellers can now register if they want to sell their products on Amazon.nl. Continue reading

Asos trials AR tool See My Fit

Asos

Asos has started a test with See My Fit, an augmented reality tool that shows a product in different sizes and on different body types. Asos is the first retailer in Europe to test the technology. Continue reading

AI-tool Sizebay wants to boost online fashion sales

Sizebay

Sizebay, a scale-up that provides AI solutions for fashion ecommerce websites, has developed an algorithm that recommends the best size and fit for clothes and shoes. The tool is aimed to cut returns by half, while boosting sales with 5 percent. Continue reading

Rewe expands its package service

German online supermarket Rewe

Customers of German supermarket Rewe can now choose from an even larger selection online to have it delivered with Rewe’s package service. They can order all kinds of private label products, durable foods and non-food items, all with no minimum order value. Continue reading

Add your company to Ecommerce News Europe

Add your company to the Ecommerce News Europe company database

Ecommerce News Europe is a news site that covers everything that happens in the ever-thriving European ecommerce industry. And now we’ve also added a company database, which aims to feature all small, medium-sized and big ecommerce companies of Europe. For a limited time you can add yours for free! Continue reading

65% of German retailers don’t sell online

Ecommerce in Germany

Two out of three retailers in Germany still don’t sell their products online. Mostly, it’s grocers, clothing stores and specialists such as jewelers that don’t sell on the internet. Continue reading

Miinto sells products for €94 million

Ecommerce fashion platform Miinto from Denmark

Miinto, an ecommerce fashion platform from Denmark, has sold products for almost 700 million Danish kroner, which corresponds to about 94 million euros, last year. This is an increase of more than 40 percent compared to the previous year. Continue reading

Signa launches new division to boost online sales

Signa Retail Group

Signa Retail, the Austrian group that owns Galeria Karstadt Kaufhof, wants to give a boost to its online sales. That’s why it launched the New Business Hub in Zurich. Carmen Spielmann, founder and CEO of car-sharing platform Sharoo, joined Signa Retail to lead the new division. Continue reading

Edeka increases stake in Picnic

Picnic

German supermarket chain Edeka has increased its stake in the Dutch online-only supermarket Picnic. The retail company already owned 20 percent of Picnic in Germany, but now Edeka holds a 35 percent share. Continue reading