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The Ecommerce News Roundup – 15 July 2020

Positive news from the world of ecommerce is coming from both established and start-up brands alike and although not all businesses are doing well in our current climate, we ought to be shouting from the rooftops about those that are.  Ecommerce and digital is changing the shape of our lives as we know them and it’s a truly exciting time to be witnessing such a glorious evolution.

Halfords expands online business during pandemic. 
(Essential Retail)

Halfords reports cycling sales surge during UK coronavirus lockdown. 
(City AM)

Start-up Spoonflower is an ecommerce startup that is winning big at the moment during a global pandemic. 
(WRAL Techwire)

Sosandar sees “robust growth” as sales rise 54%. 
(Retail Gazette)

Scottish company Machine Labs seals £1m fundraising amid coronavirus crisis and wins Amazon grant.
(Herald Scotland)

How Small Businesses Can Take Advantage Of E-commerce. 
(ShoutOutUK)

Nike Inc. is doubling down on efforts to grow online operations in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, with plans to strengthen its own e-commerce platforms. 
(S&P Global)

Ikea’s plans for long-term shift to digital.
(Essential Retail)

How Swiss sneaker company On handled pandemic-level demand. 
(Essential Retail)

Gap Inc. has launched a new B2B product program to supply large organizations with high-quality, reusable cloth face masks. 
(Fashion United)

Instagram Launches Test of New ‘Shops’ Tab with Selected Users. 
(Social Media Today)

JD Sports posts profits rise and calls for ‘rental realism’. 
(Retail Week)

What Digital 3.0 ‘Convenience Shifters’ Want From Merchants. 
(PYMNTS)

How eBay is bidding to protect the 20,000 coronavirus-closed businesses on its platform. 
(The Drum)

What does COVID-19 and the payment revolution mean for Afterpay and Sezzle?
(The Motley Fool)

Rooftop revolution: Coronavirus chill upends solar power industry and shifts focus to digital. 
(Reuters)

Italy’s Prada sales in Asia up double-digit, trend will continue. 
(Fashion Network)

Facebook makes education push in India. 
(TechCrunch)

James Minter
jamesminter@hanningtontame.com


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