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Ecommerce in DenmarkBelow you’ll find all the articles we’ve written about Danish ecommerce, online retailers, acquisitions, cross-border initiatives and more. If you want to know more about the Danish online retail industry, check out our information page on ecommerce in Denmark.

SwipBox offers returns in Danish parcel locker network

SwipBox offers returns in Danish parcel locker network

Online shoppers from Denmark can now return their parcels by putting the box in a parcel locker from SwipBox. Logistics provider Bring, the international unit of Norway Post, is the first to offer this return service via the parcel locker. Continue reading

Zalando expands Zircle to Sweden and Denmark

Zalando expands Zircle to Sweden and Denmark

Zalando has expanded its pre-owned online store Zircle to Scandinavia. Customers in Sweden and Denmark can now also buy pre-owned fashion via this online platform. And there’s a very logical reason for this specific expansion to Scandinavia. Continue reading

Bestseller Group launches ecommerce platform The Founded

Bestseller Group launches ecommerce platform The Founded

Danish fashion company Bestseller Group, which owns brands like Jack & Jones, Vero Moda, and Only, has started a new online platform. It’s called The Founded and will feature all 20 brands in a new, more personalized way. Continue reading

Nemlig delivers when customers aren’t at home

Nemlig delivers when customers aren’t at home

Online supermarket Nemlig has launched its largest geographical expansion in Denmark. This week, and in the coming weeks, Nemlig.com will open new delivery areas in Jylland, Fyn, Sjælland and Nykøbing Falster. The supermarket also introduces a delivery method where customers no longer need to be at home. Continue reading

SwipBox sees increasing volume of parcels in Denmark

SwipBox sees increasing volume of parcels in Denmark

Recently, SwipBox has seen a significant increase in the utilization of its parcel lockers in Denmark. This is, of course, due to the Covid-19 lockdown. An extra useful feature of the parcel locker is that there’s no screen installed, so users don’t need to touch anything but their own phone. Continue reading

PostNord saw B2C volumes increase by 10% in 2019

PostNord saw B2C volumes increase by 10% in 2019

Ecommerce continues to drive growth for PostNord. The Swedish logistics group delivered just over 50 million parcels in the fourth quarter of 2019. And for the full year, B2C volumes increased by 10 percent compared to the year before. Continue reading

Goodiebox acquires Finnish startup Bette Box

Goodiebox acquires Finnish startup Bette Box

Goodiebox, a beauty subscription box from Denmark, has acquired Bette Box, a Finish startup that also sells beauty on subscription. For Goodiebox, the acquisition means its first out-of-company investment. Continue reading

Fashion platform Miinto receives €12 million

Fashion platform Miinto receives €12 million

Miinto, an ecommerce fashion platform from Denmark, has received over 130 million Swedish kronor (12.2 million euros) from both existing and new investors. The company announced the news together with the fact that sales increased significantly. Miinto still isn’t profitable, though. Continue reading

2,000 parcel lockers installed across Denmark

2,000 parcel lockers installed across Denmark

PostNord and Swipbox have started with the rollout of an extra 2,000 parcel lockers across Denmark. Over the next six months, the Nærboks lockers will be installed, after which Danish consumers can pick up their parcels 24/7. Continue reading

Goodiebox expands in Europe

Goodiebox expands in Europe

Danish ecommerce company Goodiebox is expanding in Europe. The beauty tech startup launched in Austria last week and just went live with pre-launch websites in Finland and Switzerland. Goodiebox will go live in these countries approximately a month from now, while the German website will be launched later this year. Continue reading