Kleding.nl heads to Great Britain as Fashiola

Kleding.nl heads to Great Britain as Fashiola

Kleding.nl will use fashiola.co.uk to head into Great Britain, the second country to get that specific brand, following Germany.

Spain and France as well

"We want to use local staff to target the specific trends and development of those foreign markets", it stated on Twinkle. The British platform currently already has more than 80 partners, who will - all together - sell some 650,000 articles.

 

The company has already mentioned it will launch in France and Spain later this year and these international expansions should result in a 35 % turnover increase compared to last year.

 

Kleding.nl started in 2012 and is an affiliate site for clothing stores and in 2013, kleding.nl managed a 10 million euro turnover.

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