Dutch company Kleding B.V. is only one year old and it has already launched their first foreign spin-off. Fashiola.de offers German users a simplified interface with a broad selection of clothes and filtering options. Kleding B.V. wants to make Fashiola.de the most important searching platform for fashion online shoppin in Germany within the next two years.
Germany’s largest online optician, Mister Spex secured a 16 million euro ($20.5mln) investment. Scottish Equity Partners led the financing round, while existing investors like XAnge and DN Capital also participated. With the new capital Mister Spex will try to increase its partnerships with independent opticians and expand their business to other European countries.
Deutsche Post is starting an experiment with boxes installed at people’s homes. This way the German mail service could drop the parcels in the secured boxes when a customer isn’t home. It’s all part of a greater plan, as Europe’s largest mail service wants to deliver more parcels, especially with the expected boost of food and consumer goods deliveries.
Foot Locker is only a few steps away from buying the Germany-based store and online retailer Runners Point. The American retailer of sportswear and footwear has paid 94 million dollars (€72 mln) for the company but the deal still has to get a green light from the German authorities.
Strato, one of Europe’s largest webhosting companies, is stepping up its game. It recently relaunched their software in the Netherlands by offering more features for less money. It already established a successful relaunch strategy in Spain and Germany.
Ecommerce company Fab wants to be the world’s number one design store. To get there the company opened a brick-and-mortar retail store, redesigned their web and mobile apps and announce new lines of ‘Exclusively Fab’ products and the acquisition of a online custom furniture maker.