Marketplace | Online Trade | International E-Commerce | Internet Platforms
The corona crisis has given online business a powerful boost and Amazon, Zalando and Co.’s sales continue to soar. More and more consumers start their product search in the marketplaces of the familiar Internet giants and spend less and less time using the classical search engines. Manufacturers, traders or start-ups that rely on how well-known the major Internet platforms are and use them as an additional sales channel can further expand their e-commerce activities both nationally and internationally. Benefits such as wide coverage, low risk and manageable investment are self-evident. That said, one is spoilt for choice by the sheer number of marketplaces. Choosing the right ones is easier said than done and selling goods involves significant effort and expense.
“Companies often lack the know-how and manpower required to manage and implement their sales and distribution activities themselves,” says Ute Weickel-Oudot, Sales Manager at PVS Europe. “With our specific service we can assist manufacturers not only in choosing the right marketplace but also in setting up new or integrating existing marketplaces. The manufacturer supplies products and information and we deal with the rest.”
PVS XT Marketplace services’ modular offering ranges from coordination with marketplaces via article listing and content creation to precisely targeted marketing activities. The customer’s shop system is integrated seamlessly into PVS’s IT infrastructure and customers benefit at the same time from the advantages of PVS partnerships in all aspects of e-commerce. “Our customers are thereby able to do business in all relevant marketplaces and to generate valuable additional sales without having to set up shops of their own,” says Christian Paechter, Director of Sales & Marketing, PVS Europe.
Here’s where to find out more about PVS Marketplace services.
Interested? Feel free to contact Ms Weickel-Oudot at +49 7132 969-203.