Takko Vogue begins with ecommerce in France

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Takko Vogue, a significant textile low cost components from Germany, has additional expanded its European ecommerce actions. Shortly after opening an internet retailer within the Netherlands, the corporate has began on-line gross sales in France.

With practically two thousand shops in 17 European nations, over half of that are in Germany, Takko Vogue is a big participant out there for reasonably priced clothes. For a very long time, the discounter solely bought by way of its bodily shops. In 2016, they opened the digital doorways of a German on-line retailer. Its relaunch contributed to a report annual turnover in 2022, reaching 1.22 billion euros, with 13 p.c of it as revenue.

On-line growth in Europe

On the finish of final yr, Takko Vogue introduced its plans to hunt ecommerce growth past Germany. In April, it began on-line gross sales in Austria, and final month, the web retailer turned accessible for Dutch consumers. Now it’s France’s flip, the place Takko has been lively since 2018 and the place on-line spending is growing extra positively than in lots of different Western European nations. Pickup of on-line orders in certainly one of Takko’s 41 French shops is free, whereas residence supply by Colis Privé prices 5.99 euros.

Orders will be picked up without cost on the 41 French shops

For the upcoming month, the opening of Takko’s on-line retailer within the Czech Republic is scheduled. Nevertheless, the beforehand talked about launch of an internet retailer in Slovakia was reportedly postponed for strategic causes.


For the reason that spring of 2022, Takko Vogue has been led by the Dutch CEO Tjeerd Jegen, however he lately introduced his departure – a successor has not been named but. Shortly earlier than his discover, Jegen talked about in an interview that the chain doesn’t wish to incur losses in on-line gross sales actions, regardless of its low product costs and margins.

Discounter Takko Vogue realizes worthwhile ecommerce

Jegen defined within the Dutch ecommerce journal Twinkle: “Clients have a powerful incentive to choose up and return gadgets to the shop, with 50 p.c being returned in-store, and practically 80 p.c of returns are introduced again. This makes the mannequin worthwhile for us, making certain that it really works.”

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