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Evri enters strategic partnership with Vinted

Evri has entered into a strategic partnership with Vinted, the largest online consumer-to-consumer marketplace in Europe dedicated to second-hand fashion. Evri has been a key delivery partner for… View Article

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Evri enters strategic partnership with Vinted

Evri has entered into a strategic partnership with Vinted, the largest online consumer-to-consumer marketplace in Europe dedicated to second-hand fashion.

Evri has been a key delivery partner for the Vinted marketplace since 2018, during which time both organisations have experienced remarkable growth.

As part of the collaboration, a social media influencer programme will be launched with several well-known content creators across TikTok and Instagram working to create fun and engaging videos. This includes Ana* and Bryon* who have teamed up to complete a “Sell Out Challenge” to see who can sell the most from their wardrobes via Vinted. In addition, over 50 of Evri’s flagship ParcelShops will be co-branded with Vinted.

Claire Phelan, head of e-commerce partnerships at Evri, said: “Vinted is a phenomenal success story and we are proud to be one of its delivery partners. This latest collaboration showcases our dedication and scale in supporting both the Vinted marketplace and its members.”

Natacha Blanchard, Consumer PR Lead at Vinted, said “We have seen a real growth in interest in second-hand fashion, particularly over the past few years, with members helping to extend the life cycle of clothes that have already been produced, whilst benefiting from saving money and making some extra cash. This is reflected in our growing member base, which has over 65 million registered members globally, and more than 3 million in the UK.”

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