Category list : Ecommerce
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Liberty Fabrics launches B2B online platformSubscription
Liberty London has expanded its fabrics business, with the launch of an online B2B platform.
Europe to overtake UK ecommerce growthSubscription
The UK’s ecommerce market is expected to grow by 9% a year to reach €231.2bn (£208bn) by 2021, but many European Union markets are likely to outstrip this growth rate.
Inside JD.com’s robot-powered revolutionSubscription
Drapers visits Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com’s headquarters to find out how developments in its fulfilment capabilities could benefit UK brands.
In the wake of Asos’s second profit warning in seven months, Stephen Springham, head of retail research at property consultancy Knight Frank argues that ecommerce is not a golden ticket to success.
Asos profit drop blamed on warehouse troublesSubscription
Online giant Asos has warned full-year profit before tax will be lower than expected after sales in Europe and the US were hit by teething troubles as the retailer overhauled its warehouses.
Love Island boosts sales at I Saw it First Subscription
Fast fashion etailer I Saw It First had a 67% increase in sales month on month following its collaboration with ITV’s reality TV show Love Island, which started on 3 June.
24S: bringing Parisian luxury to ecommerce Subscription
Maud Barrionuevo, global buying director for luxury Parisian ecommerce site 24S, tells Drapers her lessons in luxury.
Fashion retailers are exploring solutions to reduce carbon emissions from final-mile deliveries, including promoting click and collect, and introducing electric vans
Mytheresa's mission of global luxury expansion Subscription
Michael Kliger, president and chief executive of Mytheresa, has plans to expand the luxury retailer in both its offer and the markets it serves
Online to dominate retail sales by 2028Subscription
More than half of retail sales will take place online in less than 10 years’ time, a new report has predicted, prompting further concern for landlords and struggling high streets.