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Cross-Border Commerce Europe launches the first edition of the “Top 20 Marketplaces Cross-Border Europe”
29 Aug: Press Release: Cross-Border Commerce Europe launches the first edition of the “Top 20 Marketplaces Cross-Border Europe”
Brussels, 29 August 2019. Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the platform for Cross-Border eCommerce in Europe, launches a study that maps the 20 best Marketplaces in the sector, zooming in on their Cross-Border performance. The total Cross-Border market of European owned Marketplaces represents a turnover of €9 billion in 2018 (excluding travel). This is 21% of the total Cross-Border Marketplaces in Europe, reaching a turnover of €42 billion, with Amazon generating €28 billion. The German Marketplace Zalando is number one. We expect European owned Cross-Border Marketplaces to grow by more than 50% to reach €15 billion by 2020.
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13 Mar: Press release: Top 500 Cross-Border Retail Europe
Brussels, March 14th 2019. Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the platform that activates cross-border eCommerce in Europe, releases a major research covering and ranking the 500 strongest European players with a focus on cross-border performance. Total online EU cross-border market represents a turnover of €95 billions in 2018 (excluding travel). A research team has been working on this analysis for 6 months. In the first edition of the "Top 500 Cross-Border Retail Europe", which covers a total turnover of €36 billions, Germany’s Zalando takes the leading position.
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28 Aug: Press Release: New platform to stimulate cross-border eCommerce in Europe: Cross-Border Commerce Europe
Brussels, 29th August 2018. Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the new network and knowledge platform, aims to stimulate eCommerce and omnichannel commerce in Europe. It is focused on all players in the sector (550 billion € turnover in Europe for 2017) having a scope covering at least three countries within the European Union. It is an initiative of Carine Moitier, Co-founder of BeCommerce (2005), supported by major players from each country such as Carrefour (F), Ikea (S) Wijnvoordeel (NL), Marks & Spencer (UK), Massimo Dutti (ES), Pupa (I), Vente-Exclusive (B), Galeria Kaufhof (D), Nespresso (CH).