How they do it: Logitech offers its products through 3rd party distributors as well as its own online shop. Here it showcases its latest product developments and how its products can be combined for selected customer groups such as businesses and academic institutions.
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How they do it: Nike’s online store has the latest collections and lets the customers order directly from and to their home. In addition, customers can customize their Nike products online.
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How they do it: In addition to its brand stores and selling through retailers, Lego maintains an online store. The online store does not only have the classic products but also exclusive product lines as well as the possibility to purchase individual ”hard-to-find” parts.
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How they do it: Blacksock’s subscriptions are purely available online, eliminating the need for physical stores and in-store sales associates.
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How they do it: The Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) are pioneers in e-commerce selling of railway fares via the website or their mobile app. SBB has been pushing their program for new digital offers (SBB Digital) and promoting new digital service ideas for their customers.
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