menu
lightspeed ecommerce

Denmark

Cross-border ecommerce in the Nordics grows steadily

Cross-border ecommerce Scandinavia / The Nordics

Cross-border ecommerce is growing steadily in the Nordic countries. Especially online stores in Sweden are popular among other Scandinavians. Norwegian consumers shop the most at foreign online stores. Ten percent of all Norwegians shop at Swedish ecommerce sites at some point every quarter. Continue reading

Post Danmark extends its flexible delivery service

Post Danmark

The flexible parcel delivery service from Post Danmark has been extended to 1 million Danish people living in apartment blocks. The extension should make it easier for consumers to receive the items they purchased online when they are not at home. Continue reading

“Online stores lose money on free shipping”

Free shipping is often used as a marketing tool to lure consumers into buying at that particular store. But when an online store offers free shipping, online shoppers often have less delivery alternatives to choose from. And, says Steffen Pasgaard of EDI-Soft, online retailers lose both customers and revenue when they offer free shipping. Continue reading

Redcoon withdraws from France and Denmark

Redcoon.fr and Redcoon.dk are closed

Media-Saturn has witdrawn its Redcoon shops in France and Denmark because after five years, these online stores still didn’t generate enough money to keep them up and running. Redcoon thinks there’s more potential growth in the markets where it already has grown to a mature player. Continue reading

TheFashion.com raises €1.37mn to expand to Northern Europe

TheFashion.com, a European fashion discovery platform has closed a $1.7 million (€1.37 million) seed funding round led by North East Venture Capital and The Danish Growth Fund. With the money, TheFashion.com wants to roll outs its platform in Northern Europe in the next few months, targeting Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands initially. Continue reading

UPS My Choice expands to 12 European countries

UPS has announced the expansion of UPS My Choice and the UPS Access Point network to 15 additional countries, including 12 in Europe. With these two services, online shoppers and global retailers have new personalized solutions to manage residential package deliveries. Continue reading

An analysis of the ecommerce market in the Nordic region

Bring, a Norwegian postal and logistics company that’s owned by Posten Norge, has taken a look at the ecommerce industry in the Nordic region. This year’s report shows that the consumers’ total experience is important when shopping online. And it also shows that there are some big differences between consumers from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. Continue reading

Wrangler opens online stores in Europe

Wrangler has some big plans for this fall: it will launch an online store in ten European countries as well as launch a campaign with Finnish racing driver Kimi Raikkönen to boost sales. At the end of this year, Wrangler’s online has to available in Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Poland, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Ireland. France and Belgium will follow later. Continue reading

Shipping API Shipbeat raises €1.2mn in seed capital

Shipbeat, a API for shipping that enables businesses to do shipments online, yesterday announced a 1.6 million euros investment led by Sunstone, SEED Capital and former Just Eat’s CEO Klaus Nyengaard. This fresh funding will be used to further expand the Danish company’s product, hiring and to complete the necessary software integrations. Continue reading

Take-away site Just Eat reports revenue growth of 58%

Just Eat has shown some pretty big growth during the first half six months of this year. Its revenue grew by almost sixty percent compared to the same period last year, while its profit went up almost 600% in the past six months. But not all is positive for the UK-headquartered company, as revenue in Belgium and the Netherlands declined. Continue reading

Nordic online stores should think more globally

Some Nordic retailers are well known from all over the world. Take IKEA, H&M and Oriflame for example. But still, online stores from Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland must think more globally. Nowadays a lot of these sites only provide other Nordic languages and don’t serve markets with high demand. Continue reading