Miinto sells products for €94 million

Miinto, an ecommerce fashion platform from Denmark, has sold products for almost 700 million Danish kroner, which corresponds to about 94 million euros, last year. This is an increase of more than 40 percent compared to the previous year. Miinto is an online platform that connects local, physical fashion stores to online customers. The company... Continue Reading →

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Wildberries is Russia’s biggest clothes retailer

Wildberries is the biggest retailer of clothes in Russia. The ecommerce player has overtaken brick-and-mortar retailer Sportsmaster as the biggest seller in this product group. It’s the first time an ecommerce outlet has become market leader. Wildberries was already the biggest online retailer in Russia, but now it’s also the number one in selling clothes, whether... Continue Reading →

Albert Heijn enters top 3 Dutch ecommerce

Supermarket Albert Heijn has entered the top 3 of biggest ecommerce players in the Netherlands. The Ahold-owned company achieved online sales of 565 million euros last year, which is more than Zalando did in the Netherlands. Only Bol.com (also owned by Ahold) and Coolblue had bigger revenues. Bol.com is the biggest ecommerce player in the Netherlands... Continue Reading →

Amara launches online store in Belgium

Interiors online retailer Amara will launch its online store in Belgium. This would be the tenth country where Amara runs a localized website. The announced launch in Belgium follows after a period of strong European growth. After a few years of growth within France and Germany, Amara told Ecommerce News last month that it had plans to use... Continue Reading →

Zara installs parcel machine in Germany

Fashion retailer Zara is testing its very first parcel machine in Germany. Customers can click and collect items at the company’s flagship store in Hamburg. The machine has place for 700 parcels, but is only accessible during the store’s opening hours. The parcel machine is installed in the Zara store in Hamburg, just a two-minute... Continue Reading →

Goodiebox expands in Europe

Danish ecommerce company Goodiebox is expanding in Europe. The beauty tech startup launched in Austria last week and just went live with pre-launch websites in Finland and Switzerland. Goodiebox will go live in these countries approximately a month from now, while the German website will be launched later this year. Things are looking quite well... Continue Reading →

Top 3 ecommerce Germany: €13.92 billion

The top 3 of biggest ecommerce companies in Germany had a total revenue of 13.92 billion euros last year. Together, the online sales of Amazon, Otto and Zalando account for 41.4 percent of the country’s top 100 of biggest online retailers. The top 10 online stores in Germany still has the same names in the top three:... Continue Reading →

German marketplaces warn dealers: get a VAT certificate

Online marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon and Etsy are warning connected retailers who are subject to VAT in Germany. They should provide the marketplaces with proof of their VAT registration with a special certificate. The deadline for submission expires on the 1st of October. Starting 1 October, EU-based online retailers that sell to German consumers... Continue Reading →

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