Veepee wants second-hand on a new platform

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Flash sale specialist Vipip has a new online store: all users across Europe will now find the same platform. In the future, a second-hand sales platform should be integrated.

International market

The company, which was created from the merger of competitors Vente Exclusive and Vente Privée, wants to ensure that customers have access to more international offers and that brands have a wider reach. The new site should also allow new opportunities, also eyeing sustainable sectors such as second-hand, recycling and upcycling.

“All European countries in the Veepee group now use the same IT system. This is not only an advantage in terms of ease of use for our members, but also for us: we can now easily add new features. It is necessary to keep up with new trends in e-commerce and re-commerce,” says Tobias Tousseyn, Country Manager.

Second hand and recycling

In concrete terms, a recycling project is already underway: in France, customers can exchange used shoes or clothes for a voucher from a participating brand. For example, there was a “Re-cycle” campaign involving the brand of rubber boots Eagle. Soon, this service should also be available in the Benelux. Veepee even wants to focus on the sale of second-hand goods from consumer to consumer: the group is considering an internal platform where users can exchange goods purchased on Veepee with each other.

The new platform is a continuation of the acquisitions and expansion of the flash sale site in recent years. Veepee started in Belgium in 2006 as Vente-Exclusive.com but merged with French Vente-Privée in 2015. In 2019 it was renamed Veepee, a company that now operates in ten countries across Europe – but had a separate online store for almost all of its different markets.

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Flash sale specialist Veepee has a new online store: all users across Europe will now find the same platform. In the future, a second-hand sales platform should be integrated. International market The company, which was created from the merger of competitors Vente Exclusive and Vente Privée, wants to ensure that customers have access to more international offers and that the brands have a wider reach. The new site should also allow new opportunities, also eyeing sustainable sectors such as second-hand, recycling and upcycling. “All European countries in the Veepee group now use the same IT system. It is…

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