A guide to e-commerce Europe

| December 25, 2019

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With over 500 million consumers, the European market is worth exploring and this guide provides New Zealand companies with an overview of e-commerce in Europe. The European market is vast, with more than 300 online marketplaces competing for a share in its NZ$1 trillion-plus online retail market. In this guide we take you through the key trends and introduce you to the main players in Europe’s thriving digital marketplace.

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Landmark Group

Landmark Group is one of the largest, most successful retail and hospitality conglomerate in the Middle East, Africa and India. Founded in 1973, the Group encourages entrepreneurship which in turn has pioneered leading homegrown brands that are market leaders in their categories and are known to deliver exceptional value to customers. In the last four years, the Group has doubled its store count, and now has over 55,000 employees and operates over 2,300 outlets across 22 countries.

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