JD Sports launches live stream commerce service in the UK

JD Sports has launched a live stream commerce service in the UK in collaboration with mobile video commerce platform OOOOO.

The service initially launched in July however is not being rolled out across JD’s other verticals including footwear, outdoor and fashion.

The continued success of the partnership has meant that JD now has its eyes set on other markets throughout Europe and North America.

Interactive video commerce has not quite taken off in the west yet, remaining more popular in Asia, where it was popularised by Chinese ecommerce brands including Alibaba.

The market is thought to reach $305 billion this year according to Forbes.

OOOOO’s main focus is delivery a platform that enables brands and retailers to embrace the live stream shopping space.

The platform launched in November 2020 and has seen over 300,000 downloads so far after successfully working with brands across fashion, beauty, sport and wellness.

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“We are thrilled to welcome JD to the OOOOO platform, a truly iconic global retailer and leader in omni channel commerce,” OOOOO chief executive Sam Jones said.

“We believe that OOOOO is a little like a modern-day mall, powered by live video. In any great mall, you would see a JD Sports and other members of their group, selling incredible brands including Nike, Adidas, and Puma.

“We believe that through live, interactive video, retailers can engage with consumers in a new way, helping convert more efficiently than other forms of mobile commerce.

“This partnership is a true game changer for us, and we look forward to bringing more leading brands to the OOOOO community through JD.”

JD Sports multi channel director Dan Finley added: “We’re excited to become an exclusive partner of OOOOO to develop market leading video commerce content on their rapidly growing platform – the early results have been great.”

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