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Mirakl launches StopCovid19.fr

Mirakl launches StopCovid19.fr

Mirakl, a French provider of marketplace solutions, has launched StopCovid19.fr. The online platform, launched in partnership with the French government, aims to solve the shortage of essential products and materials in hospitals. Continue reading

Southern Europe discovers online groceries

Southern Europe discovers online groceries

With the Covid-19 lockdown in action in Southern Europe, consumers in Italy, Spain and France are quickly discovering online shopping. More and more retailers are going online to sell their stuff, while an increasing number of consumers are ordering their groceries and products online. Continue reading

De Bijenkorf wants to launch in France

De Bijenkorf wants to launch in France

De Bijenkorf, a major omnichannel retailer from the Netherlands, might be looking for further expansion across Europe. The retailer has posted job offers, in which it’s looking for native French speakers. Continue reading

Zalando Plus in France launched

Zalando Plus in France launched

Zalando has officially launched its loyalty program Zalando Plus in France. The all-round service was already available for customers in Germany and Switzerland, while Italy will join soon. Continue reading

‘French ecommerce will exceed 100 billion euros in 2019’

‘French ecommerce will exceed 100 billion euros in 2019’

Ecommerce in France has achieved a turnover of 74 billion euros during the first nine months of this year. French ecommerce association Fevad thinks that, due to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, consumers will spend 20 billion euros in the last quarter, meaning French ecommerce will exceed 100 billion euros this year. Continue reading

Carrefour sells Rue du Commerce

Carrefour sells Rue du Commerce

French supermarket retailer Carrefour is ready to sell its online shop Rue du Commerce. Only three years ago, Carrefour acquired consumer electronics retailer Rue de Commerce, but now it wants to focus more on food instead of electronics. Continue reading

Heyconnect helps German brands sell on La Redoute

Heyconnect helps German brands sell on La Redoute

Platform service provider Heyconnect has started a cooperation with French marketplace La Redoute. Now, Heyconnect can offer German and international brands the opportunity to offer their products on the popular French ecommerce platform for home and fashion. Continue reading

Dutch Superwinkel launches in France

Dutch Superwinkel launches in France

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

Amazon raises seller fees in France

Amazon raises seller fees in France

After France approved a new digital tax on American tech giants, Amazon reacted by passing along the costs to French Amazon sellers. The marketplace is raising seller fees by 3 percent for thousands of small and medium-sized businesses in France. Continue reading

Zalando delivers orders for Adidas in France

Zalando delivers orders for Adidas in France

Zalando and Adidas have partnered up to run a multi-channel pilot in Paris. Customers who shop online at the French Adidas website can get their order on the same or next day, thanks to Zalando, which takes care of the delivery. Continue reading

Carrefour offers 30-minute delivery

Carrefour offers 30-minute delivery

Carrefour will offer its customers a 30-minute delivery service. In France, Spain, Italy and Argentina consumers will get their groceries a lot faster than before. The service is the result of a partnership between Carrefour and Spanish startup Glovo. Continue reading

Carrefour extends home delivery in France

Carrefour extends home delivery in France

French supermarket chain Carrefour is busy extending its home delivery service across the whole of France. By 2020, all cities with a population of at least 10,000 people will be able to make use of the service. Later this year, Carrefour also lets customers pick up non-food items they ordered online at a hypermarket within two hours. Continue reading