Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Iceland teams up with JD.com to launch China flagship

Supermarket chain Iceland has partnered up with JD.com to launch an online flagship store in China. Founder Sir Malcolm Walker said it “was time to...
YNAP

YNAP launches luxury jewellery platform as Richemont tie-up nears completion

Yoox Net-a-Porter (YNAP) has launched a dedicated platform for selling luxury jewellery as its merger with Richemont progresses.
Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime members over 100m according to Bezos

Amazon has revealed the number of its Prime subscribers for the first time since the service launched, boasting over 100 million
Charlie Brear

5 Minutes With Charlie Brear, Founder, Charlie Brear

Charlie Brear is a successful fashion entrepreneur, with a thriving eponymous online store and her designs stocked worldwide.
Amazon

Amazon now 5th largest retailer in UK

Amazon is now the fifth biggest retailer in the UK accounting for £4 in every £100 spent in retail in the UK last year.

Quiz launches menswear for the first time

Quiz has launched its first ever menswear range alongside a standalone ecommerce website as the fashion retailer seeks to expand
Goodordering

Indie of the Month: Goodordering

Jacqui Ma shares her story on how far the bike accessories retailer has come.
American Apparel

American Apparel poised to relaunch in the UK

American Apparel is set to relaunch in the UK by the end of the month following its dramatic departure from the country in 2016.
Cara Connell Lumatrix CEO

5 Minutes With Cara Connell, CEO, Lumitrix

Lumitrix is an online photography retailer that has just opened the doors to its first physical retail space in London.

1992 job losses as Shop Direct closes 3 sites

Nearly 2000 jobs are set to be slashed at Shop Direct as the online retailer announced the closure of three of its sites.

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10 Ways to Make an Impact on eBay

If you’ve side-lined eBay as an e-commerce channel, or if you’ve let your campaigns gather dust without proactively reviewing them – could it be...