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Amazon gives companies of all sizes an international sales channel with no upfront costs. Amazon can store, pack and deliver sellers’ products to customers, as well as provide customer service and handle returns. Their safe payments system helps minimise risk for sellers.
Allegro is the largest online marketplace in Poland. This marketplace has a 40% share of the total ecommerce market with more than 14 million customers, 90% of whom shop monthly on the site according to reports. It’s interesting to note that neither eBay or Amazon have been particularly successful and don’t dominate Polish ecommerce. Poland is a country of nearly 40 million people.
With 11 million unique visitors to the site every month, Cdiscount is a major marketplace in France. It offers products in over 40 different categories, operates its own fulfilment service and has a network of 18,500 pickup points.
From its early beginnings as a catalogue business, Otto has expanded to include an online marketplace. The success of the business is based on its logistics and customer support, with specific expertise in fashion, consumer electronics and home furnishing.
Tmall.com is the largest business-to-consumer (B2C) retail platform in Asia enabling businesses to sell directly to millions of consumers throughout China.
JD.com is the second largest business-to-consumer (B2C) ecommerce site in China, with 188 million active users.
Rakuten is the world’s fourth largest online marketplace and the leading platform in Japan. It helps UK companies develop their brand presence and offers them a choice of four store management plans, as well as the option to sell directly to Japanese consumers.
Privalia has over 16 million active users and organises short, single-category campaigns for fashion brands and retailers. Registered members are invited to shop using email messages and mobile alerts, with campaigns lasting from 3 to 5 days.
Bol.com is now the biggest marketplace for a wide range of products in the Netherlands and Belgium. It has a strong brand presence and is very well respected among Dutch and Belgian consumers.
Especially interesting for sellers from outside the Netherlands: since Bol.com requires a local legal entity, BTW registration etc, Infinity Blue offers a full blown merchant of record service so you can sell you products on Bol.com without having to set up your own company.
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- Why Sell on Fashion MarketplacesAugust 2, 2019 - 10:29 am
Globally, almost 50% of online retail sales take place on marketplaces and sales grew by 34% last year to $1.55 trillion. The increasing dominance of marketplaces is also evident in e.g. the fact that online shoppers in the USA are more likely to start a search for a new purchase on Amazon than Google. […]