Brandkids focuses on further international expansion

Brandkids focuses on further international expansion

Brandkids wants to continue expanding its webshop in due time: it has launched a Belgian and international version on top of the Dutch and German version it already has.

Brandshop, a market place and outlet

"We are building a separate Belgian and German site because a rather large amount of consumers used to order through the Dutch website and can be serviced efficiently through the Helmond logistics centre", Brandkids' Hans Lormans told Twinkle. Its international version, on a .com address, will mainly be used as a trial for several foreign markets.

 

Brandkids is a web shop that sells more than 20 different brands, which all have their own brand shop on the site to show off their entire collection. It is also an outlet for these brands and it offers a market place for customers to sell their own clothes. Hans Lormans created the web shop one year ago, alongside Peter Sorber.

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