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Norwegian ecommerce hit 10 billion euro in 2014

Ecommerce in Norway is doing well for some time and with a strong fourth quarter it resulted in a 10 billion euros turnover ($10.95 billion) in 2014. Enterprise Federation of Norway expects a growth of 15% which is higher than last year, in which it grew by 10.8%.  Continue reading

EDI-Soft makes entry into Chinese market

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EDI-Soft, a software developer and provider from the Nordics, is planning to become market leader in digitizing delivery and shipping in China. Because shipments of parcels are still largely treated manually in China, EDI-Soft thinks now is the right time for them to make an entry into the Chinese market. 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

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

See ecommerce happening in real-time

The ecommerce industry is one of the fastest growing sectors. Billions of dollars, euros, yens and sterlings go from consumers to online retailers. But how fast is the ecommerce industry really growing? Check out this interactive visualization to see how fast ecommerce sales grow in countries like the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands. 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