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CartBoss installed in 4,000 shops

CartBoss installed in 4,000 shops

Slovenian startup CartBoss, which offers automated abandoned cart text messages to online stores, is now installed in over 4,000 online shops. The company is a year and a half old, but already has over 500 customers. With new features coming out this year, it expects to continue growing its customer base.

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Ecommerce in Slovenia and Croatia compared

Ecommerce in Slovenia and Croatia compared

In both Slovenia and Croatia, there's been a highly increased frequency of online shopping. Currently, 9 out of 10 internet users in these countries have experience with online shopping. Of course, there are also many differences between Slovenia and Croatia, for example in terms of trust in foreign ecommerce platforms.

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H&M launches online store in 7 new countries in Europe

H&M launches online store in 7 new countries in Europe

H&M has opened several new online stores in Europe. It now has dedicated websites in Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Luxembourg and Ireland. The fashion retailer offers the same range as it does in the physical stores, with complete collections for men, women and children, including accessories.

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Online market trends in Slovenia

Online market trends in Slovenia

In terms of ecommerce, Slovenia is not one of the popular and well-known countries. That doesn't mean this Eastern European country has nothing to offer. With 1,500 online retailers in a country that has slightly more than 2 million inhabitants, there's still real potential. Time to know more about this country and its ecommerce market!

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Importance of comparison shopping in Europe

Importance of comparison shopping in Europe

An increasing amount of consumers are researching products before they decide to buy them. An important information channel during this process is the internet. In Central and Eastern Europe, comparison shopping engines have gained a key role in the buying decision process during the last couple of years.

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Ecommerce Central Europe grew to 93.3 billion euros in 2013

The ecommerce industry in Central Europe has shown an average growth rate of nearly 23% last year. That is a better development than the average European growth of 17.5%. Together, the countries in Central Europe generated online sales worth 93.3 billion euros. Back in 2012 total sales were worth 75.9 billion euros.

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