Vopero, the full-service platform to resell and buy unique, second-hand, circular and sustainable fashion, announced an investment of 7.5 million dollars from Grupo Axo, a strategic multi-channel and multi-brand operator of clothing, accessories and household items, and thredUP, a platform resale of clothing, footwear and accessories for women and children in the United States.
In addition to the 7.5 million dollars from Grupo Axo and thredUp, Vopero also received investments from Jaguar Ventures, Luxor Capital and Maria Raga (CEO of Depop), as well as other investors.
Vopero was founded in November 2020 in Uruguay by Alejandro Esperanza, CEO; Maggie Ferber, CPO; and Ignacio Cattivelli, CTO. The platform is aimed at Latin American consumers looking for different ways to buy and sell second-hand clothes online.
Miniso, one Japanese retailer of low-cost designer products with a presence in Mexico, plans to have up to 200 points of sale in 2023 to consolidate its presence in the country.
With this bet, Miniso intends to increase customer traffic to its face-to-face points of sale from 15 to 20% and at the same time estimates an increase in sales that will exceed sales levels prior to the Covid-19 pandemic in the coming months. .
The Japanese company during this year consolidated five new licenses and expects to have three more during the first quarter of 2022 to expand its product offering in Mexico.
Amazon.com doubled its capacity to process containers and secured more storage space with ocean carriers, to try to overcome supply chain bottlenecks in time for the holiday shopping season.
The comings and goings of restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic have hampered global supply chains that are optimized for the timely transport of goods. Manpower and equipment shortages and lack of storage space have exacerbated the situation.
Amazon, which plans to hire 150,000 seasonal workers in the United States during the Christmas shopping season, said it has increased ports of entry across its network by 50 percent.
Kim Kardashian’s lingerie and girdle brand Skims is collaborating with Fendi on a new collection, which will launch on November 9 and was developed jointly by the businesswoman and British designer Kim Jones, both companies reported Monday.
Skims, which was valued at $ 1.6 billion in April, has grown in popularity with more young people since its launch in 2019, helped by the large social media following of the reality star.
Yesterday We reported on the quotations of NVidia and Sherwin Williams in the International Quotation System (SIC) of the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV), whose values showed falls.
However, the information must consider the stock split of these two issuers. In the case of Sherwin Williams, the number of outstanding shares went from 88.65 million to 265.95 million on April 1 of this year. While for the technology NVidia, its titles in circulation were 623 million and today there are 2,500 million, a modification from 1 to 4 on July 20.