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RetailDetail newsletter now in 4 languages

RetailDetail newsletter now in 4 languages

RetailDetail, the leading news and event platform for Benelux retail, is offering its newsletters in 4 languages from now on. That way, we aim to better serve retailers all over the world.

New: French, English, Dutch version

The RetailDetail newsletter, a household name for Dutch-speaking retailers, will now also appear in French and English. French-speaking retailers will receive a useful overview of the most interesting and most-read articles from the RetailDetail website, completely free of charge and twice per week.

 

Our English-speaking readers will get their own edition each Friday, with an overview of the international retail news. We aim to give our Belgian, Dutch and Luxembourgish retailers an insight into international evolutions, while we still have a healthy fixation on activities in the Benelux.

 

On top of that we have split up our Dutch-language newsletter: one will have a focus on Belgium, while the other will cater to our Dutch friends. This move is another step in the right direction, as we aim to deliver newsletters that are particularly geared to your personal interests. With a separate newsletter for the Netherlands and Belgium, we will treat our newsletters on an equal footing as our web page and our social media, which are already available in quadruple form.

 

Your favourite retail website will now, once or twice a week (depending on the chosen newsletter), bundle the six hottest and most relevant news items, alongside one highlighted article, in one clear mail. This way you can remain up to speed about what is happning in your sector, in whichever region(s) you have chosen.

 

Do you wish to receive one or more RetailDetail newsletter(s) or do you wish to adjust your settings regarding newsletters? Log into your account on the RetailDetail website and indicate your language preference on your profile (available in a bar at the top of each page). You can also register at that same spot to create a new profile. You can also find that same link at the bottom of each newsletter, if you wish to change your language preference.

 


The entire editorial team wishes you plenty of reading pleasure!


A cordial retail greeting,

Jorg Snoeck

Questions or comments? Please feel free to contact the editors


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