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LeBoutique Announces Wow-Service and Free Shipping

Online marketplace LeBoutique, which has recently become a part of the DCH group, will focus on the improvement of wow-services for their clients.

According to the new market-place strategy, work on the wow-service has become one of the leading priorities for LeBoutique development for the coming years – customers and their loyalty are determined as #1 priority.

As a part of this strategy, LeBoutique has been developing solutions for fast and reasonable delivery since the beginning of the year.

By now, the delivery of purchases for only 1 kopeck has been implemented through the parcel machines of the partner – the postal and logistics company Meest. LeBoutique customers have an access to the entire network of the express delivery partner, where you can quickly, and most importantly as of now – contactless, pick your order up at any convenient point and time.

All orders over UAH 500 paid by credit card at the LeBoutique website or through a company app will be delivered to customers of marketplace completely free of charge despite the delivery methods chosen.


LeBoutique is one of the most popular platforms for online shopping among Ukrainians in the field of clothing, bags, shoes and accessories. The company holds the following awards: "The best online store" according to the "Choice of the Year" rating project and "The best multi-brand store" according to the results of the "Ukrainian People's Prize" consumers’ voting.

LeBoutique has its own user apps for Android and iOS.

Every month, the Internet site records 1.2 million visits of interested buyers, their range of product includes more than 900 brands represented by 600 suppliers.

DCH's investment in LeBoutique is a logical continuation of the group's strategy aimed on development of online sales channels in addition to existing offline marketplaces.

Development within the DCH will allow LeBoutique to strengthen their market position by creating a technologically friendly online service for users, as well as synergy with other assets of the group (Karavan SEC, etc.).

The beneficiary of the DCH group is Aleksandr Yaroslavskyi, a well-known Ukrainian businessman from TOP-10 Forbes Ukraine. DCH, operating on the model of a private equity fund, unites assets in the field of finance, industry, mechanical engineering, extractive industries, processing, transport, construction, development and retail, etc.