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Sloggi launches online shop in Europe

Sloggi launches online shop in Europe

Sloggi, the underwear brand from Triumph, is now presenting itself completely independently online and has launched an online shop in Germany, the United Kingdom, Austria and France. By the end of the year, Sloggi also wants to have online stores in seven more countries throughout Europe. Continue reading

French La Poste will deliver parcels on Sunday

French La Poste will deliver parcels on Sunday

French postal service company La Poste will soon send parcels to online customers on Sunday. The postal service company will do this via its subsidiary Chronopost and the service is only reserved for goods coming from companies, not from other consumers. Continue reading

French consumers are most open to new delivery methods

French consumers are most open to new delivery methods

French consumers are more open to new delivery methods than consumers from the United Kingdom or the Netherlands. For example, 58 percent of the French would give couriers temporary access to their homes to let them deliver parcels. In the UK and the Netherlands, it’s respectively only 36 and 25 percent of consumers who would do this. Continue reading

Prisync 100 Index: France has highest online prices

Prisync 100 Index: France has highest online prices

When an online basket was filled with 39 popular summer products in six countries across Europe, the ecommerce industry in France happened to have the highest prices. This ‘summer basket’ however is most expensive for consumers in Spain, as they have the lowest gross domestic product per capita among these countries. Continue reading

The daily price change ratio in European ecommerce

The daily price change ratio in European ecommerce

Some online stores tend to adjust their prices, so consumers won’t go ordering something at a competitor’s website. For Ecommerce News Europe, price tracking software provider Prisync looked at how many ecommerce websites in Europe change their prices daily and how high the stock-out ratio is in these countries. Continue reading

Lengow opens its doors to the B2B market

Lengow opens its doors to the B2B market

Ecommerce automation platform Lengow has opened its door to the business-to-business market with its integration of Amazon Business in the UK and Germany and Cdiscount Pro in France. With the integration, business sellers now have access to the three largest ecommerce markets in Europe. Continue reading

Bic launches online razor subscription service in France

Bic launches online razor subscription service in France

Bic has launched its first online subscription service in France. Starting at 5 euros per month, customers get a shaver directly to their home with refillable cartridges delivered at their desired frequency. The Bic Shave Club is the company’s first experience with large-scale direct sales to consumers. Continue reading

LVMH will launch online department store Le Bon Marché

LVMH will launch online department store Le Bon Marché

In May, LVMH will launch an ecommerce website called Le Bon Marché that features all of its brands and those of competitors. With the new online department store, LVMH wants to capitalize on fast-growing online sales of luxury goods. Continue reading

Online stores in France fined for misleading promotions

Online stores in France fined for misleading promotions

Several online stores, including Amazon, Zalando and H&M, were fined becauses their online promotional campaigns were considered to be misleading. One of the things done was increasing the price and then apply a discount, so it looks like the product is now very cheap by comparison. Continue reading

Ecommerce in France was worth €72 billion in 2016

Ecommerce in France was worth €72 billion in 2016

Ecommerce in France has reached the 70 billion mark. French consumers spent about 72 billion euros online in 2016, which is an increase of 14.6 percent compared to the situation in 2015. Over one billion online purchases were made in France, that’s 33 transactions per second. Continue reading