UK: New Zara, H&M and Gap online stores "inadequate"
By just-style.com | 24 September 2010
New online stores that were opened for business earlier this month by three of the world's biggest fashion's biggest brands have been criticised by a technology analyst as being "inadequate" and may even jeopardise customer loyalty.
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