Tag : Zalando
The best sustainable fashion initiatives of 2019Subscription
Fashion brands and retailers upped their focus on going green this year, launching sustainable initiatives that ranged from purposeful store designs to recycled collections, while MPs also stepped up their focus on the industry’s impact on the environment.
Record site visits drive sales uplift at ZalandoSubscription
Berlin-based etailer Zalando’s revenue grew 26% to €1.5bn (£1.3bn) in the third quarter of 2019, after its site visits hit a record 1 billion.
Zalando commits to carbon neutrality Subscription
Fashion and lifestyle etailer Zalando has launched its new sustainability strategy, promising to become carbon neutral in its own operations, all deliveries and returns with immediate effect.
Zalando to increase management diversity Subscription
German etailer Zalando has outlined plans to make its senior management teams more diverse in gender, nationality and education.
Zalando's new brand values for the digital age Subscription
Zalando’s director marketing strategy and campaigns, Jonathan Ng, told delegates at the Drapers Fashion Forum why brands must adapt to the new digital-first landscape.
Zalando launches re-usable packaging trialSubscription
German etailer Zalando has launched a four-week pilot to test re-usable packaging, in which customers are requested to return their shipping bags.
Zalando in delivery tie-up with AdidasSubscription
Zalando is trialling a third-party fulfilment service with Adidas for orders placed directly through the sportswear giant’s website.
Record order numbers at ZalandoSubscription
Europe’s biggest online fashion retailer, Zalando, has reported strong revenue growth of more than 20% for the second quarter of 2019, in which it experienced a record number of orders.
Zalando invests £180m in new warehouseSubscription
German etailer Zalando is investing €200m (£179.2m) in a new fulfilment centre, which will cover 140,000 sq ft once completed.
Unexpected revenue surge at ZalandoSubscription
Etailer Zalando has reported a 1,500% increase in adjusted earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) to €6.4m (£5.49m) in the first quarter of 2019, when it usually makes a profit loss from selling heavily discounted stock after Christmas.