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Ecommerce Finland grows 8.7% to €10.5bn

The ecommerce industry in Finland grew nearly 9% last year. Finnish consumers bought online goods and services worth 10.5 billion euros. So far, in three years the Finnish ecommerce market has increased by almost a fifth. 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

Etsy’s Direct Checkout rolls out globally

Etsy has rolled out its payments platform called Direct Checkout to sellers in 12 European countries, like the United Kingdom, France and Germany. Also sellers from Australia, Canada and New Zealand are now able to offer more checkout options for buyers. Continue reading

Celebrity curated To The tops launches in Europe

A new ecommerce platform called To The Tops has launched in the United Kingdom, France and Scandinavia. Its goal is to get as successful as other celebrity curated ecommerce platforms like BeachMint. Retired soccer player Patrick Vieira and singer Kimberly Wyatt are some of the names lending their support. Continue reading

The most common payment methods in Europe

The most common payment methods in Europe

Here in Europe it´s not all about credit cards. There are actually many, many different online payment methods. Let´s have a look at what customers in certain European regions and countries tend to use if they order goods online.  You´ll notice common names like Paypal, but also some very local ones, like Dankort. Continue reading

Personalisation engine Nosto opens London offices

Ecommerce company Nosto opened new offices in London at the TechHub Google Campus. The ecommerce personalisation engine from Finland already has some UK retailers using their solution and now aims to expand their business across the United Kingdom. It already has a presence in Berlin and Stockholm. Continue reading