Stockmann’s sales are decreasing and consumers and experts are critical to their multichannel offer. ”This critic is entitled and fair. But we have a strategy of what to do”, says… Read more »
Working wear company Grolls has taken another step towards the goal of being the largest specialist chain in the Nordics with over a billion SEK turnover. Now Grolls buy Duunituote OY in Tampere,… Read more »
Mobile payments grow fast in Finland. According to a survey by payments solutions company Klarna, 22 percent of the Finns choose to pay from a mobile unit. Nine months ago it… Read more »
Lindex is the light, but the Stockmann Group reports -8,9 percent revenue last quarter. CEO Hannu Penttilä sees significant changes in Finland’s retail market and problems in Russia and says… Read more »
To target Russian tourists, the wholesale grocery chain Disa´s fish invests in a new store of 2000 square meters plus a coffee shop on 500 square meters in Hamina. And… Read more »
Consumer confidence in the Finnish economy is still weak, which is also reflected in the technology industry’s latest sales figures. ”We need more stories about successful companies so the Finns… Read more »
Swiss media group Tamedia, publisher of commuter newspaper Metroxpress, is buying the majority of Trendsales ApS, owner of the biggest vintage fashion platforms in Scandinavia.
Downturn in Finnish economy continues to weaken the consumer goods sale – and even S Group’s grocery sale is affected according to today’s half year sum up.
It was two Swedish and one Finnish designer who during the recent fashion week in Copenhagen won the awards as the best upcoming designers. Textilhögskolan Borås was a supplier of… Read more »
UK optician giant had a great year in Scandinavia. In Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland together the chain was driving customer volume up by 10.5 percent and improving sales by… Read more »
K-Rauta is ready to upgrade their online offer and is about to make a turnover in Sweden. Sales in the first half, according to country manager Johan Wiklund, increased by… Read more »
Finland’s only listed online retailer Verkkokauppa.com has delivered their second official report with a 24,2 percent growth. ScandinavianRetail.com got a talk with a very national multichannel retailer that is ready… Read more »
Finnish “bricks and clicks” giant Verkkokauppa’s revenue grew by 24,2 percent during the second quarter. Next step will probably be selling food and drinks. ”We want our customers to buy… Read more »
Russian sanctions decreases Finnish food export by 330 million EUR. Finnish Food Industry Association ETL now calls the Finnish food producers to try to find new markets for the products… Read more »
Nordic online-sporting goods provider Sportamore had a great second quarter. Sales increased by 24 percent compared to last year. ”A clear confirmation that our service-oriented business model is appreciated by… Read more »
DB Schenker will build a new terminal in Lappeenranta – aimed for e-commerce customers. It will be ready before Christmas.
100 employees will be affected after the merger between Starkki and Puukeskus.
About 1 pm Thursday an accident occurred at the Lidl store in Lempäälä. A great glass wall at the entrance, next to the trolleys, fell down on a customer. He… Read more »
Lidl is critical to “old-fashioned” Finnish building regulations. But doubles its investments this year. “Lidl’s investing 100 million euros in Finland this year”, said the CEO of Lidl Finland, Lauri… Read more »
Kamppi shopping center in Helsinki’s city center have unwanted visitors. Cockroaches has been found in background areas of fashion stores.
Dixons’ nordic chains Elkjøp and Lefdal in Norway, Elgiganten in Sweden and Denmark and Gigantti in Finland delivers a new superprofit to its owner. The Nordic sales for 294 stores… Read more »
According to Statistics Finland’s Retail trade flash estimate sales fell by 1.9 percent year-on-year in June Over the same time period, the volume of sales, from which the impact of… Read more »
Finnish retail trade goes through a crisis. Many people now claims that time has been standing still – and Finnish department stores haven’t kept up with the development of e-commerce… Read more »
Anttila’s losses inhibit Kesko’s profit. The first half reported a profit of EUR 56.3 million compared to 96.3 MEUR last year. But the finnish giant has problems in several markets.
The Swedish ecommerce company Jollyroom continues its expansion in child and baby trade with the launch of its online store in Finland. It will be the fourth market for the… Read more »