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The Ecommerce News Roundup – 1 February 2021

The ability of the media to find pockets of pessimistic news is still astonishing but does now seem clear that we are beyond the latest peak and that the government has mounted an extremely impressive vaccination campaign.  The 8 March may not be the end of home-schooling for everyone but at least it may mark the beginning of the end.

…and as below shows, the ecommerce juggernaut rolls on…

UK ECOMMERCE

Nivea preps DTC site to capitalise on ecommerce surge.
(Marketing Week)

Screwfix sales hit £2bn as store estate grows.
(Retail Week)

Facebook revenue lifted by ecommerce push during pandemic.
(Daily UK News)

Feelunique delivers sales growth in “transformational” year.
(Retail Gazette)

Whisk adds Sainsbury’s to its recipe-to-shopping list platform.
(Internet Retailing)

ScS sales rise as post-lockdown orders soar.
(Retail Week)

Hawes & Curtis has launched a loungewear collection for the first time.
(Retail Gazette)

ThirdLove personalizes ecommerce with virtual “Fitting Room”.
(Fashion United)

INTERNATIONAL ECOMMERCE

Prada CEO sees revenues rising to 5 billion euros in 4-5 years.
(Reuters)

Record iPhone sales for Apple as quarterly revenues rise to $111bn.
(Sky News)

Ecommerce in Germany was worth €83.3 billion in 2020.
(EcommerceNews)

Kimberly-Clark Reports Organic Sales Growth Of 6% In FY2020.
(ESM Magazine)

Iceland expands Uber Eats partnership offering 20-minute delivery on hundreds of items.
(Charged Retail)

James Minter
jamesminter@hanningtontame.com

James Minter is a partner at Hannington Tame, the digital CEO and C-Suite headhunting specialist.



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