Popular fashion retailer will share online turnover with its franchisers

That would initiate Mango’s closer collaboration with the franchisers

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Popular fashion retailer will share online turnover with its franchisers. Source: pixabay.com

Ecommerce News has found that Mango will share a part of the turnover generated by e-commerce with its franchisers.

This way, in-store omnichannel initiatives, such as click & collect, could be introduced and developed more quickly.

Initially, Mango will do this only in the markets where the company has many franchisers: the Netherlands, Spain, and France, based on their turnover within their sales area. Last year, online sales at Mango increased by 26.7% to €564 million.

Because the physical stores are undeniably responsible for the significant growth of the online business. Many of the transactions that end up in our e-commerce business, come from our customers visiting our physical stores
Daniel Lopez, director of expansion and franchises at Mango

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