ShopRunner plans to launch a mobile app-based online marketplace

A new app-based online marketplace from ShopRunner will place under a single tent products from the roughly 140 retailers – including Neiman Marcus, Burberry and Harry & David – that offer two-day shipping via ShopRunner.

ShopRunner plans to launch a mobile app-based online ecomm marketplace Shoprunner has been busy in the few months since its CEO Sam Yagandeclared the two-day shipping network and e-commerce services company profitable. Original article by Zak Stambor | Nov 8, 2018 Last month it raised $40 million and bought the online marketplace Spring. It’s currently running a same-day delivery test with women’s apparel retailer Ann Taylor in New York. And, in the next few weeks, it plans to launch a mobile app-based online marketplace under a different brand name that it is not ready to disclose, Yagan tells Internet Retailer. The online marketplace will place  under a single tent products from the roughly 140 retailers—including Neiman Marcus, No. 43 in the Internet Retailer 2018 Top 500, Burberry, No. 475, and Harry & David, No. 66—that offer two-day shipping via ShopRunner. The high-profile brands, along with its offer of two-day shipping, aim to distinguish the marketplace, Yagen says. #ecommpackaging > Read the full story at digitalcommerce360 Internet Retailer

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