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The Ecommerce News Roundup – 5 October 2020

Trump’s had Corona Virus – is that good news? Spitting Image is back – that is definitely good news.

I am not sure anyone has any idea what is going on any more.  Possibly the best we can hope for is that everyone is going to get even more bored of all the warnings and life is just going to gently move back to normal in a slow almost imperceptible way.

Meanwhile – there is still lots of good stuff to pass on…

ALDI To Test Online Grocery Ordering At UK Stores.


Aldi’s new online grocery expansion will see it “leapfrog Morrisons” and battle for “pole position” in the UK.
(Charged Retail)

Clothing brand Henri Lloyd has shifted its business model via a new focus on direct-to-consumer with third-party distributors and retailers no longer selling the brand. 
(Fashion Network)

Diageo sets up UK direct-to-consumer Haig Club Store.
(Just Drinks)

Farrow & Ball is bringing the luxury experience online for digital DIYers.
(The Drum)

‘Trending on TikTok’ stands arrive in Superdrug stores.
(Essential Retail)

Boohoo records half-year revenue growth of 45%.
(Essential Retail)

Pinterest is announcing new ways UK Pinners can shop right from Pins, on boards and from search.
(Ideal Home)

N Brown has revealed that 92% of its revenue came via its eCommerce channels in the second quarter of FY21.
(Essential Retail)

Morrisons to create 1,000 new jobs to fulfill Amazon orders.
(Retail Week)

Halfords raises profit forecast to £55m as cycling sales roll on.
(The Guardian)

H&M back in profit for Q3 as sales start to recover.
(UK Fashion Network)

Brands warned not to ignore ‘grey pound’ as over-65s embrace e-commerce.
(The Drum)

Hotel Chocolat announces tilt at US market in partnership with newly-floated Hut Group.
(This is Money)

Drinks giant Diageo hails better-than-expected trading as global lockdowns ease.

Pinterest doubles down on shopping amid Covid ecommerce surge.
(The Telegraph)

The need for delivery speed drives holiday hiring.
(Retail Touchpoints)

James Minter

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

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