Tag : ecommerce
Manchester-based etailer Brand Attic closesSubscription
Manchester-based young fashion etailer Brand Attic has closed, following a strategic review.
Ever-more sophisticated cyber-attacks pose a greater and greater threat to fashion retail businesses. Drapers learns what retailers need to do to fight back.
Sweaty Betty launches new digital platformSubscription
Activewear retailer Sweaty Betty has relaunched its website with IT provider Tryzens as part of a wider project to improve the multichannel customer experience.
Disney launches ‘one-stop shop’ ecommerce siteSubscription
Disney EMEA has launched a “one-stop shop” ecommerce destination spanning all its collaborations, including those with fashion brands such as Hype and Clarks.
What are the opportunities for Ocado in clothing? Subscription
Online grocery firm Ocado has signalled it may be looking to clothing and homeware for future growth, building on its expertise in “moving things”.
Chancellor will review tax on digital businesses Subscription
The chancellor, Philip Hammond, has promised to review the way digital businesses are taxed, to offset the business rates pressures felt by bricks-and-mortar retailers.
Koovs secures funding boostSubscription
Indian fashion group Future Lifestyle Fashions has bought a 30% stake in etailer Koovs.
What Kitri did nextSubscription
Just a year after launch, womenswear brand Kitri is soaring thanks to its versatile, sophisticated offer. As it prepares for its wholesale launch and international expansion, Drapers speaks to founder Haeni Kim
Bringing Coachella celebrity chic to BritsSubscription
With an ecommerce empire of influencers, $1bn of millennial-fuelled sales, and a strong bond with the Instagram-friendly music festival, US etailer Revolve is ready to make an impact on the UK market.
Try before you buy: the ultimate customer convenience?VideoSubscription
Drapers explores the rise of try before you buy initiatives across the retail industry and examines whether the latest payment trend will bolster sales or hit the bottom line.