Zalando strikes deal with Topshop

Zalando strikes deal with Topshop

German Zalando has struck a deal with Topshop and Topman to sell their collection on its website from September onward.

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"Topshop and Topmand are an extremely good fit our fashionable customers", director David Schneider told German Textilwirtschaft. According to him, both brands are currently not that widely available in Europe, but Zalando's web shop will update both brands ever two weeks.

 

Topshop currently has its own web shop for European customers to order, but there are additional costs if the total is below 75 euro. Zalando will give free delivery with each purchase and customers can also return items free of charge.

 

Topshop has several stores in Germany and Spain and one in both the Netherlands and France. Belgium does not have a single store belonging to the British chain.

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