JD Selected As Partner For Nike's Connected Partnership Program

JD Sports Fashion Plc (JD.L), a retailer of sports, fashion and outdoor brands, announced Friday that it has been selected as athletic apparel and footwear giant NIKE Inc.'s (NKE) first European retail partner for its Connected Partnership.

The Connected Partnership program is designed to enhance access to an additional range of Nike member-exclusive products, experiences and offers.

JD Sports said it is the first European partner to go live with the program, strengthening a long-standing successful strategic relationship.

Nike's Connected Partnership is a transformative integrated loyalty programme. It offers JD's customers, starting in the UK, unprecedented access to select Nike member-only footwear and apparel when they opt to link their JD and Nike Membership accounts through the JD mobile app.

By linking the membership accounts, JD and Nike customers will get an instant reward bonus, curated collections, and earlier access to select Nike member products.

For comments and feedback contact: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Editors Pick
Precision care innovator GE HealthCare Technologies, Inc., recently spun-off from General Electric Co., reported on Monday that profit for the fourth quarter declined from last year, reflecting higher interest and other financial charges. The company also initiated adjusted earnings guidance for the full-year 2023. Japanese auto major Toyota Motor Corp. has retained its title as the world's top selling automaker in fiscal 2022 for the third straight year, by selling around 10.5 million vehicles. The global sales were nearly flat with last year amid solid demand centered around Asia, while global production grew with increased capacity and production optimization in North America and Asia. Dutch consumer electronics giant Philips Electronics NV reported Monday a loss in its fourth quarter, compared to prior year's profit, even as sales increased. The company further declared a dividend, and said its order book remains strong. Going ahead, the company projects comparable sales growth in fiscal 2023, 2025, and beyond.
Follow RTT