On November 9th, Zara’s parent company, Inditex, announced that it will open up Zara’s E-Commerce business to 106 countries.
It is understood that the 106 structures are mainly concentrated in Africa, such as Angola, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Ghana. The remaining new markets are in the Caribbean and parts of Indonesia. As a result, Zara will provide E-Commerce services in 202 countries or regions around the world.
In addition to expanding in the region, its layout in logistics also reflects Inditex’s emphasis on E-Commerce business. In August of this year, Inditex announced that Zara will “speed up” in logistics, and plans to set up a direct mail system in 2,000 stores around the world before the end of the year, specifically for online orders.