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The Ecommerce News Roundup – 8 February 2021

In The Times this morning there was a little report tucked away in the middle of the paper saying that on-line sales had grown by 73% last year.

So what’s happened in the past week?

UK ECOMMERCE

Moonpig shares soar as IPO shows investor relish for ‘Covid winners’.

(Irish Times)

Ebay shares jump 9% as its blitzes estimates and posts runaway 2020 sales.
(Charged Retail)

ManoMano tops £1bn mark as full-year sales double.
(Retail Gazette)

The rise and rise of frozen fish: Birds Eye talks coronavirus, freezer sales, and doubling e-commerce demand.
(Food Navigator)

PayPal sees profits jump 209% as it reports best year on record.
(Charged Retail)

Sony raises profit outlook by a third amid lockdown home entertainment boom.
(City A.M.)

Amazon’s UK sales surge to £20bn thanks to lockdown boom.
(City A.M.)

OnBuy enjoyed a whopping 800% sales growth in January.
(Retail Gazette)

INTERNATIONAL ECOMMERCE

Gucci launches flagship beauty store on Tmall Luxury Pavilion.
(Fashion United)

French startup Cajoo promises grocery delivery in 15 minutes.
(Ecommerce News)

Canada Goose revenue beats estimates on China demand, shares soar over 20%.
(UK Fashion Network)

Tapestry profit beats holiday-quarter estimates as China demand soars.
(UK Fashion Network)

Colgate-Palmolive sees boost from ecommerce as group posts ‘strong’ Q4.
(ESM Magazine)

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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