Webgallerian, an online marketplace from Sweden, has relaunched this year. The goal is still the same: to bring together hundreds of online stores under one single roof and to become the biggest online marketplace in the Nordic region.
Swedish fashion retailer H&M is secretly working on a new project, which aims to sell branded clothes online at discount prices. For now, the project has been dubbed P12 and it’s expected to launch somewhere in April.
42 percent of consumers from France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Sweden have used click & collect in the past twelve months. And one in four Europeans who used click & collect bought another product in-store while they were picking up their online order.
Amazon will launch in Sweden. This rumor has been going around for quite some time, but now it’s just a matter of when, not if, Amazon will open Amazon.se to the Swedish public. Now the CEO of comparison site Pricerunner says Amazon will launch in Sweden very soon. “It’s happening in the next 1 to 12 months.”
Online pharmacist Apotea has been rewarded with an award for being Sweden’s most favorite online store. The online-only pharmacist is followed closely by Adlibris and CDON. It’s the first time PostNord has organized this competition, which is solely based on consumer votes.
There are several ecommerce companies in Sweden that have grown by several thousand percent since 2015. The fastest-growing ecommerce company in Sweden even saw its revenue increase by 61,850 percent between 2015 and 2016.
Ecommerce in Sweden continues to grow on almost all fronts. This year, it’s expected the online industry will be worth 109.5 billion Swedish kronor, or 11.5 billion euros. This would be an increase of 9 percent compared to last year.