Today, the Dutch marketplace Bol.com starts with the two-hour delivery services announced in January. This is a pilot project with partner PostNL in parts of Amsterdam.
Amazon’s B2B marketplace is spreading and taking over Europe. After their launch in Germany and the UK in 2017, they’ve added France, Italy and Spain to the list. This B2B platform called Amazon Business is specially created for B2B sellers to make it easy to reach their business customers. With special features like VAT-free pricing, bulk pricing and VAT invoicing. Do you sell B2B products but not on Amazon business yet? Keep on reading, we’ll explain the benefits of this marketplace.
You might have gone through our website before ending up here and maybe you’re left with questions about why you should start selling on marketplaces. We are here to explain to you how this will help grow your business and how we can help make it really easy.
For years there’s been a growth in small webstores who’d rather not store their own products. As a result, a commonly asked question to suppliers was whether they could ‘ dropship’, directly delivering their products to the customer. Because of this question a big part of professional wholesale businesses and brands altered their logistical processes to be able to ship directly to the final customer.
After 22 years of Amazon most people probably can’t imagine a world without it. But in the first 20 years their main focus was on consumers and didn’t pay much attention to businesses. Until they created a new platform called Amazon Business which offers great benefits for business sellers as well as business customers.
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