Singapore-based e-commerce company Shopmatic announced joining hands with leading e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Lazada to seamlessly enable Shopmatic merchants in Singapore to develop their own webstores for a global presence and sell their products or services on these marketplaces in a convenient, hassle-free manner.
According to a ANI report: The platform is focused on helping not only the small and medium businesses of the Asian countries to find their feet in the online world, but also give these firms global exposure.
“By tying up with these successful e-commerce powerhouses, we are enabling our user base in Singapore to leverage the penetration and popularity of these portals and gain instant access to millions of customers across the globe. Meanwhile, they will also continue enjoying the benefits of being enlisted on our platform that provides them with an entire ecosystem to grow their business in the virtual world,” CEO, Shopmatic, Anurag Avula was quoted by ANI as saying.
Shopmatic has established partnerships with numerous international and local companies in order to make it easier for its users to sell online.
Recently, Shopmatic signed deals with global online payments giant PayPal to enable its merchants in expanding their sales across the globe.
These tie-ups have been instrumental in helping individual entrepreneurs manage everything that is required to let their business grow, including exposing them to international markets with the help of Shopmatic’s global footprint.