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The Ecommerce News Roundup – 21 September 2020

We are going to stick our necks out and declare that we don’t think there will be another lockdown.The only number which really matters is hospital admissions and these are not growing at anything like the rate they were at the beginning of the pandemic. Even in Spain, a spike in admissions looks to be just that – a spike and there are consistent signs that they are now reducing not growing.

Back to the world of facts – the economy is bouncing back with 6% growth reported last month and this is led by our not-so-little eco-system of digital marketing and ecommerce.

As always, keep in touch!

Ocado buoyed by online delivery demand and M&S switchover.

(Reuters)

Iceland creates 3,000 new jobs to cope with online grocery demand.
(The Guardian)

Yodel is building a new distribution centre in northern England as it looks to meet growing demand for online retail.
(edelivery)

Amazon ‘Luxury Stores’ launching with Oscar de la Renta.
(Fashion United)

Deloitte forecasts ecommerce holiday sales will rocket past last year’s 13.6% growth.
(Digital Commerce 360)

Next resilience through pandemic prompts profits optimism. 
(Retail Week)

Lululemon’s direct-to-consumer business, which includes online sales, jumped 155% in Q2.
(Click Lancashire)

Burberry selects Twitch as the livestream platform for SS21 show.
(Fashion United)

How M&S cut costs building a natural language processing platform.
(Essential Retail)

Tesco’s response to sustained eCommerce demand.
(Essential Retail)

Jonathan Holmes, the tech and design entrepreneur behind LuxDeco on how luxury e-commerce will develop beyond the pandemic. 
(The London Economic)

Wineries Achieving DTC Success with Personalization, eCommerce Optimization, and Targeting Strategies.
(Wine Industry Network)

In-app shopping rises above 2019 peak levels across the UK and Europe in lockdown.
(Internet Retailing)

Moreover, Nike continues to invest in its digital channels, with more customers turning to-ecommerce during COVID-19.
(MarketWatch)

Yotpo, a leading eCommerce Marketing Platform, has been named to the Forbes 2020 Cloud 100.
(MarTechCube)

Analysis: How coronavirus has shifted JD Sports boss Cowgill’s priorities.
(Retail Week)

Analysis: Does a new golden age beckon for UK grocers following pandemic?
(Retail Week)

How Online Education Startup Outschool Raised $45 Million During The Pandemic.
(Forbes)

The digital shift is alive and well at Kroger following their Q2 127% jump in eCommerce revenue.
(PYMNTS)

Payments Company Veem Raises $31 Million as Ecommerce Continues to Surge.
(Barrons)

Dan Murphy’s launches contact-free drive through in response to COVID-19. 
(9News Australia)

Brazil: E-Commerce business booms amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
(CGTN)

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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