/PRNewswire/ -- American Apparel, the vertically integrated clothing manufacturer based in downtown Los Angeles, has announced the launch of three new merchant stores on Amazon Marketplace in the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan. The three new stores follow the success of American Apparel's US deal with Amazon, which launched in 2010. The stores were launched in order to reach out to customers who are new to American Apparel and its products. "With our origins as a wholesale manufacturer, our emphasis has always been on dependable, quality products. We're really excited to let them speak for themselves on Amazon and
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American Apparel, the vertically integrated clothing manufacturer based in downtown Los Angeles, has announced the launch of a new mobile store serving Japan. The store, located at mobile.americanapparel.co.jp, will be the company's first venture into the mobile e-commerce space. Japan was chosen for the launch as its customers are among the most attuned to the potential of mobile shopping. "Mobile marketing is more important in Japan than in any other region. The majority of teenagers in Japan actually use their mobile phones for apparel shopping..."
(BUSINESS WIRE) -- American Apparel /quotes/zigman/1511249/quotes/nls/app APP +5.41% , the vertically integrated clothing manufacturer based in downtown Los Angeles, has announced the opening of two new shop-in-shop locations inside two flagship Myer department stores in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia. This is the company's first collaboration with the Myer Store Group and marks American Apparel's fourth and fifth stores in Australia, in addition to its thriving e-commerce business at store.americanapparel.com.au. These two new retail spaces, each approximately 700 sq ft, continue the company's expansion into the shop-in-shop market. "We're excited to be serving more customers in Sydney and Melbourne face
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LOS ANGELES--( ?I’m thrilled to announce Stacey as our CTO? “I’m thrilled to announce Stacey as our CTO,” said Dov Charney, Chief Executive Officer. “With over two decades of retail technology experience, and three years with American Apparel, Stacey...