| 25-09-2017 - The 10 fastest-growing ecommerce companies in Sweden
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.
| 25-09-2017 - Ecommerce share of floral industry Europe: 30% in 2027
There is a future for online sales of flowers and plants, especially towards men. The market share of ecommerce in Europe’s spending on flowers and plants currently ranges from 3 percent in Germany to 14 percent in the UK, but the Dutch Rabobank expects this share will grow to 30 Continue reading
| 21-09-2017 - Bol.com is the biggest online retailer in the Netherlands
Bol.com is the biggest online retailer in the Netherlands. Again. The ecommerce company, owned by Ahold, ranked first in the annual Twinkle100, a list of the biggest ecommerce companies in the Netherlands. Coolblue and Wehkamp ranked second and third.
| 20-09-2017 - Online supermarket myEnso lets customers decide
MyEnso is a new online marketplace for food in Germany and wants to do things totally different than established parties. The most important part of the company’s vision is the customer focus. With myEnso, only the consumer decides on innovation, product listing or service offerings.
| 19-09-2017 - German startup Paylobby compares payment providers
Paylobby, a young startup founded in Munich last year, offers an online comparison portal of payment service providers and consultations. With this tool, it wants to help ecommerce businesses optimize their payment systems for their customers’ needs, while reducing their online payment costs.
| 18-09-2017 - ‘Amazon wants to acquire Shop-Apotheke’
Amazon wants to enter the pharmacy market in Germany. According to trade publication Aphoteke Adhoc, Amazon wants to take over market leader Shop-Apotheke. But this online retailer has clarified that currently there are not talks or negotiations with Amazon.
| 15-09-2017 - ‘Global ecommerce firms to be liable for Turkey tax’
The Turkish government wants to make global ecommerce companies liable for taxes on goods that are sold directly to Turkish customers. The government has proposed a draw law for this, the Turkish Minister of Finance said today.
| 13-09-2017 - CloserStill Media acquires eCommerce Expo
The eCommerce Expo, held on 27 and 28 September in London, has a new owner. Today, CloserStill Media, Justin Opie and Graeme Howe have announced that they are acquiring eCommerce Expo from UBM. Howe and Opie are the former owners of IMP Events, from where they launched eCommerce Expo in Continue reading
| 12-09-2017 - Ecommerce in Russia to be worth 16 billion euros in 2017
Ecommerce in Russia was worth 498 billion rubles, or 7.2 billion euros, in the first half of this year. This is an increase of 22 percent year-on-year. The Russian online retail industry is expected to be worth 15.99 billion euros at the end of this year.
| 12-09-2017 - Amazon, Otto and Zalando dominate ecommerce in Germany
Amazon, Otto and Zalando dominate the online retail industry of Germany. Together, these three companies account for about 44 percent of total sales from the top 100 ecommerce players in Germany.