We help brands expand their amazon sales to suitable marketplace channels
Global ecommerce is an ever-growing sector, with retail e-commerce sales amounting to approximately $5.2 trillion U.S dollars worldwide in 2021. This figure is forecast to grow by 56% over the next few years, reaching $8.1 trillion dollars by 2026.
Brands relying on physical stores need to expand their reach to stay relevant and accessible in the eyes of today's digital consumer, with many of today's marketplaces having a global reach.
Marketplaces build consumer trust and fuel their growth as the biggest sector of the e-commerce market, with a growing two thirds of traffic coming through such platforms.
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With Blaris, you can benefit from long-term contracts with over 50 international marketplaces, no tie-ins or contracts, and localised content and native language customer services to meet the needs of a global audience.
In addition, Blaris can help you manage cross border shipments and returns and payments in multiple currencies, in addition to understanding and complying with Brexit regulations.
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Brands we help
We help many brands to get their products online on marketplaces in EU and US, using the contracts Blaris have in place already, to sell products. Blaris help with listings, customer service, various currencies, payments, automation of fulfillment and more. Come join us!
Blaris helped us reduce our dependency on selling purely on Amazon. I set an ambitius goal for 5% of the revenue to come from marketplaces in 2022, and Blaris more than exceeded this.
— Sean Li, CEO Shenlan Hong Kong
Marketplaces require a lot of documents to start up, and once you are in multiple platforms, the operational overhead is costly. Blaris helped us to start selling from day one literally, and had tools to automate operations.
— Chen Yang, CEO Kuburui