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Online Marketplace Verishop Acquires Data Firm Trendalytics

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Verishop's small brands will now have access to Trendalytic's marketing and media data. (verishop)

E-commerce marketplace Verishop bought data analytics firm Trendalytics in a cash and equity deal that closed in March, the company confirmed to Business of Fashion. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Trendalytics, which provides search and trend forecasting data to companies like Ulta and Macy’s, will give the small brands that sell on Verishop insights to help them curate their product selections to better cater to timely style trends. Verishop expects this to boost sales across all its brands as more consumers shop based on breakneck internet trends.

Trendalytics will remain a standalone business under the Verishop umbrella. The data platform was previously owned by brand incubator HatchBeauty Brands, which acquired it in 2021. Last year Trendalytics began discussions with Verishop, for which it shares an investor Lion Capital, after initially courting the marketplace as a potential client.

The acquisition is Verishop’s latest move to expand beyond its original marketplace model. The company, now called Verishop Group, also helps independent labels secure brand partnerships. The addition of Trendalytics will beef up Verishop’s marketing and merchandising data analytics services, as more brands seek better data to understand and respond to shifting consumer behaviour.

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“We see this as the ability for [brands] to make better decisions around marketing, planning [and] product development,” said Cate Khan, co-founder and chief executive of Verishop Group. “Their success on our platform, and even off our platform, means higher engagement with Verishop Group and more sales. It’s feeding that flywheel so that we all can be successful together.”

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