By Chris Dawson April 15, 2021 - 10:24 am

DPD ReLove service launched with ASOS

DPD, and ASOS have announced a new circular economy initiative, ReLove, that will see DPD collect pre-loved clothing donations from ASOS customers' doorsteps and deliver them to one of five leading UK charities, free of charge. DPD's ReLove service will launch today, the 15th of

Asos Marketplace introduce 5 new charity boutiques

According to reports, Asos Marketplace have added 5 new charity boutiques to its platform showing support for charity sellers who will be able to benefit from an online presence during the current pandemic. Asos will be introducing Cancer Research UK and Royal Trinity Hospice, and

ASOS profits fall by 68%, attributing it to the lost focus on human engagement

ASOS have reportedly experienced a fall in profit of 68% after suffering a range of warehouse problems. Over the last year, the marketplace have installed more robots in their European warehouses and expanded their facilities in the US – in spite of this expansion, the

ASOS ink five-year UK contract with DPD

A British marketplace, ASOS have signed a five-year contract with a parcel delivery service, DPD in an effort to support their merchants to "improve and innovate to meet [customer] demands". The move will see the DPD supplying delivery services to ASOS customers across the UK

H&M to embrace marketplace model as a test case

H&M are set to embrace a marketplace model as a test case to enable brands to sell products on the platform, following business model examples of retail heavyweights such as Amazon and ASOS. The Swedish multinational clothing-retailer will trial the new trading model in an

Zalando outpace Fruugo and ASOS as top cross-border marketplace in Europe

A German marketplace, Zalando have landed a top spot as the leading cross-border marketplace in Europe, outpacing considerable players such as Fruugo and ASOS, according to a new ranking of 'Top 20 Marketplaces Cross-Border Europe' by Cross-Border Commerce Europe. The findings come as the cross-border market

ASOS and Klarna expand instalment payments into the US

ASOS and Klarna have announced the expansion of their partnership which offers shoppers in the US instalment payments option, giving shoppers the freedom to buy now, and pay later customer service luxury. The move will see the marketplace providing more than 850 brands with . an

Rethinking creativity and trust in social media

Imagine what today’s retail landscape would look like without social media. Social has become such an integral part of any retailer’s marketing strategy that without it, the sector would be completely different. For example, platforms such as Pinterest and Instagram have totally reimagined both the

ASOS Returns Policy clamps down on serial returners

If you're an ASOS customer and in the habit of borrowing clothes to wear to a party and then return them you might be in trouble. ASOS have tweaked the ASOS returns policy, adding a fair use section, and will shut your account down if

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