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Ecommerce Europe and EMOTA join forces

Ecommerce Europe and EMOTA

Ecommerce Europe and EMOTA, the two biggest European ecommerce associations, will join forces. The merger will become fully effective as of 1 January next year, with the two associations continuing under the name ‘Ecommerce Europe’. Continue reading

Wish has warehouse in the Netherlands

Wish

Wish has a second distribution center in Europe. The online marketplace has one in Amsterdam. This dc is already in use since the end of last year, but it’s only now that the ecommerce company has revealed it’s running a distribution center in the Netherlands. Continue reading

Amara launches online store in Belgium

Amara

Interiors online retailer Amara will launch its online store in Belgium. This would be the tenth country where Amara runs a localized website. The announced launch in Belgium follows after a period of strong European growth. Continue reading

De Bijenkorf launches in Germany

De Bijenkorf

De Bijenkorf has launched its online shop in Germany. The Dutch omnichannel retailer offers products from around 1,000 well-known and upcoming brands. In the Netherlands, the department store has one of the country’s biggest online stores. Continue reading

September: ecommerce events in Europe

Ecommerce events in Europe in September

It’s september, the kids go back to school. And for many ecommerce fans, it’s also time to visit interesting ecommerce events again. As always, we’ve made a handy overview for you, so you know when and where an ecommerce event takes place this month in Europe. Continue reading

Allegro launches Allegro Lokalnie

Allegro

Allegro, a popular online shopping platform from Poland, has announced Allegro Lokalnie, or Allegro Locally in English. This is an online platform dedicated to private sellers and buyers looking for items listed by such sellers. Continue reading

HelloFresh expands to Sweden

HelloFresh

HelloFresh has set foot in Scandinavia. The German meal kit delivery service has launched in Sweden. “We are sure Swedish customers will love our product, and we can’t wait for them to try it”, co-founder Thomas Griesel commented. Continue reading

Ontex launches online diaper subscription service in Benelux

Little Big Change

Ontex has launched Little Big Change in Benelux this week. This is an online diaper subscription service, which was first launched in France in June last year. Now, the subscription offer is also available in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Continue reading

Bazaarvoice acquires Influenster

Bazaarvoice

Bazaarvoice, a company that offers solutions for product reviews and other user-generated content, has acquired Influenster. This is a product discovery and reviews platform with almost 6 million users worldwide. Continue reading

Greenstorm opens online marketplace for used e-bikes

E-bike marketplace Greenstorm

Greenstorm, which launched an online shop this morning, is one of the fastest-growing companies in Europe. The German company that provides e-bikes to hoteliers in six European countries, now has an online marketplace which offers private traders the opportunity to sell their used e-bikes. Continue reading

Dutch Superwinkel launches in France

Supershop

Superwinkel, an online department store from the Netherlands, has launched its online store in France. As ‘Superwinkel’ is a Dutch name, the company will operate under the translated name ‘Supershop’ in France. Continue reading

Microspot rebrands as online shopping center

Microspot

Microspot has changed its image. The Swiss online retail company is now officially presenting itself as a non-food online shopping center. The logo, colors and design have been changed to give the website the look of a shopping center instead of a consumer electronics retailer. Continue reading

AliExpress opens first physical store in Europe

AliExpress in Europe

AliExpress is going offline. The popular Chinese shopping platform has opened a physical store in Madrid, the first of its kind in Europe. The store actually operates more like a showroom, because products still need to be ordered online. Continue reading