The subscription box market continues to grow with a new report from Royal Mail saying that the market should be worth £1.8bn by 2025. That comes as it doubled by 2020 compared to 2017 with spend of almost £1.4bn
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Klekt, an online marketplace for sneakers and streetwear, has hired its first ever chief executive officer. Sally Scott, former UK managing director of Birchbox, will focus on building the business on a global scale.
The New York-based beauty subscription service has confirmed to FashionNetwork.com that it plans to eliminate 25% of its worldwide employees as it seeks to streamline and consolidate its global operations.
Subscription boxes continue to win new fans in the UK and while food is the most popular product category, beauty is second with the channel becoming a key one for beauty product sales, especially to young consumers.
Direct-to-consumer brands, also known as internet-born brands, are encouraged to embrace sustainability as more and more consumers begin to make purchasing decisions that reflect their environmental and ethical values.
The UK subscription box market continues to go from strength to strength and the latest report on the sector, from parcels carrier Royal Mail, said it should reach a total value of £1 billion by as soon as 2022.