With Covid-19 disrupting traditional brick-and-mortar retail, e-commerce saw a boom in 2020. But according to a new report from Searchmetrics, fashion retailers lagged behind in terms of online search visibility.
Cross-border Commerce Europe, a cross-border commerce analyst, has ranked the top 100 most sustainable cross-border marketplaces in Europe. Top of the list, based on 10 factors, are Ebay, Etsy, Rakuten and Amazon.
The French start-up, created in 2019 and offering a commercial platform for consumer brands and independent retailers, has carried out a new funding round with Index Ventures and investment funds GFC, Alven and Aglaé.
Available via an official site and a dedicated Amazon shop, the debut merch collection includes t-shirts and tanks as well as accessories like baseball hats, socks, a drawstring bag and a rainbow sweatband set.
The collection features a variety of home goods designed and crafted in partnership between Altuzarra and eight Etsy sellers from around the globe, including throw pillows, candlestick holders, pet beds, vases and more.
River Island is the latest fashion retailer to reopen its e-store with the news coming as delivery firm ParcelHero said consumers are judging businesses selling non-essentials like fashion less harshly.