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Apple Pay launches in Spain

Apple Pay launches in Spain

Apple has launched its mobile payments service Apple Pay in Spain. It supports cards from Banco Santander, Carrefour, Ticket Restaurant and American Express. At the moment, Apple Pay in Spain can be used at 27 major retailers, including Media Markt and Bershka.

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Rakuten closes its marketplace in the UK, Spain and Austria

Rakuten closes its marketplace in the UK, Spain and Austria

Rakuten is closing its marketplace in the United Kingdom in August. The online platform will also cease its operations in Spain and move customers and merchants from the Austrian website to the German website. The Japanese company wants to focus fully on France and Germany, where its websites have the scale and potential for sustainable growth.

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Spaniards love to buy leisure products online

Spaniards love to buy leisure products online

When Spaniards shop online, they mostly buy leisure-related products. Show tickets, books, music and restaurants are the products that are purchased online the most. Two out of three Spanish consumers shopped these kinds of products on the internet. Also, travel and consumer electronics were very popular last year.

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DPD reveals insights on young European shoppers

DPD reveals insights on young European shoppers

Are their differences between shoppers in let's say France or Spain? Yes, of course. The major steps of the customer journey may look similar across all countries, there are certainly a few differences in each country. DPD studied the behavior and expectations of 18-25 year olds in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain and Poland.

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Fashion store Lesara expands to 16 new countries in Europe

Fashion store Lesara expands to 16 new countries in Europe

Lesara, a Berlin-based online fashion and lifestyle retailer, has announced it will now also supply customers in the United Kingdom, Spain, Greece, Portugal, Bulgaria, The Republic of Ireland, Romania, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

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