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Which marketplaces and countries are best for you? Contact us for a discussion and a choice, based on your objectives and our capabilities. For each marketplace and each territory we have hands-on local expertise and any resources required for your successful entry and profitable sales development… 30+ countries, 7+ marketplaces, 1 partner – InfinityBlue.

Amazon gives companies of all sizes an international sales channel a marketplace with the biggest international footprint. 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. It’s interesting to note that neither eBay or Amazon have been particularly successful and don’t dominate Polish ecommerce.

Tmall.com is the largest business-to-consumer (B2C) retail platform in Asia enabling businesses to sell directly to millions of consumers throughout China. It is a platform for local Chinese and international businesses to sell brand name goods to consumers in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

JD.com is the second largest business-to-consumer (B2C) ecommerce site in China. Its nationwide fulfillment network provides standard same- and next-day delivery covering a population of more than 1 billion.

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.

Mercado Libre, (Mercado Livre in Brazil) is an Argentine company that operates online marketplaces dedicated to e-commerce and online auctions, including mercadolibre.com across the whole of Latin America.

Fruugo with its headquarters in the UK, offers merchants a low barrier sales platform solution to over 50 countries.