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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.

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

Coop turns Microspot into online department store

Microspot

There is another online department store arising in Switzerland. Two months after electronics retailer Brack.ch relaunched as an online department store, competitor Microspot will also switch to being an online platform where customers can shop for things like jewelry, diapers, sports equipment and dog food. Continue reading

Brack.ch is now also a drugstore

Swiss online store Brack.ch

Swiss retailer Brack.ch, which totally relaunched its online shop two months ago, has entered the market of drugstore articles. Customers can now order health products, natural cosmetics and other drugstore products at the Swiss ecommerce platform. Continue reading

Lidl sells groceries online in Spain

Lidl

Lidl is selling its groceries online in Spain. The delivery of fresh foods though is only available in Madrid for now. To get the products to customers’ homes, Lidl is working together with online food platform Lola Market. Continue reading

Lesara closes its doors

Lesara

The online store of Lesara has finally closed its doors. After the German fashion startup filed for insolvency in November last year and failed to attract an investor later on, it’s now definitely over. The ecommerce company wants to do its best to fulfill orders that have been placed already. Continue reading

Greek online grocery e-Fresh grew 93% in 2018

E-Fresh.gr

E-Fresh, a fast-growing online grocery retailer from Greece, has had a successful year. The digital supermarket yesterday announced that its sales have increased by 93 percent last year. The company also secured a 88 percent repeat customer rate, while the number of customers grew 94 percent. Continue reading

Asos: ‘weakest growth in recent years’

Asos

Major UK retailer Asos has issued a profit warning, after it saw a “significant deterioration” in sales growth. After the online fashion retailer has shared this unscheduled trading update, shares dived by almost 40 percent when the market opened. Continue reading