02 Dec The Ecommerce News Roundup – 2 December 2020
There’s been great news this morning as Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine has been approved for use in the UK from next week! 2021 is looking more exciting already.
Whilst we can’t match that for exciting news, there is still the steady torrent of good news from #online business ….
Meanwhile the steady torrent of good news from on-line business flows on….
JYSK announces record UK and Ireland results.
Travel giant records 62 per cent sales spike as consumer confidence grows.
Ecommerce wine brand, Wine&Something, launches with Supercharged Commerce.
During lockdown, Mindful Chef trebled in size in three weeks to become a £55 million empire.
UK-based used car platform Cazoo hits over £150M revenues in 2020.
(UK Tech News)
Pets at Home buys telehealth provider TVC for 15 million pounds.
Co-op expands robot delivery service to second UK location.
AO.com back in the black as sales soar.
Pizza Hut Delivery announces recruitment spree following pandemic sales surge.
(Express & Star)
Despite the difficult trading conditions, Mulberry’s Digital sales rose 68 per cent for the first half, to £24.3 million.
Zalando invests in machine learning to drive next generation ecommerce.
Urban Outfitters posts 38 percent rise in Q3 profit.
Dolce & Gabbana is advancing with its digital revolution with the introduction of a virtual shopping format.
(UK Fashion Network)
Harvey Nichols owner posts half-year profit despite lower sales.
Black Friday 2020 online shopping surges 22% to record $9 billion, Adobe says.
US malls deserted on Black Friday as digital first-timers fuel online surge.
Black Friday hits new record.
Australian digital advertising grows 11.3% in third quarter.
China’s Cainiao Is Revolutionizing How Goods Get Delivered.