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Rituals gets new international web shop

Rituals gets new international web shop

Rituals hasopened a new web shop, offering products in 15 different countries. Improved mobile support has been added, with a purchase option for mobile consumers.

"Better shopping experience"

"With this improvement, we want to offer our fans a better ‘shopping experience’, plenty of inspiration and the option to purchase their favourite items everywhere and all the time”, Raymond Cloosterman, Rituals’ founder and CEO, has stated in a press release.


The website’s products will be stored at Fonq.nl, a partner also responsible for other fulfilments, payments, administration and customer service. Rituals had only launched its own web shop little over two years ago, but it felt the need to thoroughly update it.


Rituals currently has some 300 stores worldwide, supported by another 500 shop-in-shops. According to Cloosterman, the chain opens a new store every single day.



(Translated by GP)

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