Does Size Really Matter?
Christoph Luetke Schelhowe
Germany is looking to be the base for the company to take on Europe as free delivery expands to the Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Hungary and Slovakia.
Alibaba now controls Rocket Internet's Amazon-clone in Southeast Asia.
The trunk deliveries of tomorrow are already here and now they are expanding in Europe.
The retail chain now offers the service in 13 US metropolitan areas covering 70% of the US population.
The Swedish furniture-retail giant Ikea wants its customers to furnish their homes before hitting the buy button.
Amazon's free same-day delivery service for its Prime members just expanded to 11 more metro areas.
The world's first unstaffed store has received attention worldwide and now another Swedish village seems to be in line for the so far unique concept.
Amazon.de Launches Free Delivery for 6 New Countries
Alibaba Invests $1 Billion in Lazada
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Best Buy Expands Same-Day Delivery in 11 More Markets
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The Swedish fashion retailer is expanding its global online reach with dedicated websites in Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Luxembourg and Ireland.
Christoph Luetke Schelhowe, VP of Customer Experience at Zalando, reiterates the importance of the customer experience in the wake of Apple's newest mobile devices.
Not a minute too soon Instagram makes it possible for all users to post up to 60 seconds of video, not just advertisers.
Gulnaz Khusainova, CEO of EasySize, wants to make it easier for customers to shop online and easier for e-retailers to handle customers with a history of many returns.
Did you ever wish for a printed map poster of your hometown or a place where you fell in love? Well, if that place isn't Paris, London or New York chances are you've ended up empty handed. A new start-up called Mapiful aims to change that.