Farfetch has snapped up this Chinese tech firm

  City A.M 
Online fashion platform Farfetch has acquired a Chinese tech firm as part of its efforts to woo Asian customers in the luxury goods sector. The London-based firm will use CuriosityChina, a tech business focussed on promoting brands through platforms such like WeChat, to boost its presence in China. The two companies will combine social and marketing expertise with technological capabilities to off ▶ Full story on cityam.com
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