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Expandly allows you to manage products, listings, live inventory, orders and shipping. Cost effective £20 / $30 per month following the Xero and Shopify pricing models.
35+ integrations include eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Xero, Royal Mail, Yodel, UKMail, APC, Asendia, 3dcart, AceShop, BigCommerce, CS-Cart, CubeCart, Interspire, Lemon Stand, Magento, OpenCart, osCommerce, Prestashop, Shopify, Shopware, UberCart, VirtueMart, Volusion, WooCommerce, X-Cart and Zen Cart.
|Platforms||Web Based / SaaS|
|Carriers||APC Overnight, Asendia, Royal Mail, UKMail, Yodel|
|Other Marketplaces||ASOS, Etsy, Flipkart, GittiGidiyor, Groupon, Rakuten.com, Tmall|
|Shopping Carts||3dcart, AceShop, BigCommerce, CS-Cart, CubeCart, Interspire, LemonStand, Magento, OpenCart, osCommerce, Prestashop, Shopify, Shopware, Ubercart, Virtuemart, Volusion, WooCommerce, X-Cart, Zen Cart|
|Social Media||Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter|
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Ecommerce technology startup Expandly has appointed Nick Bennett as its Chief Commercial Officer.
Bennett has been involved in Expandly as an investor and a mentor to the founder, Alan Wilson, since Expandly started in 2013. With 30 years' business experience in software, Bennett is now increasing his involvement to assist with its investor relations, expansion funding and business development.
Nick Bennett said, "Having been introduced to Alan via a business associate, the potential of Expandly was clear from the outset, and having been involved in e-retailing businesses before, I was not only impressed by the platform, but the way Alan has set up the infrastructure; his own high level of technical expertise complemented by strategically outsourced support. This gives a clear vision within a very fast growing industry and rapidly changing marketplace - in turn, giving investors' confidence. Following Alan's recent Silicon Valley experience, I'm bringing my marketing and operational experience to help develop things further; working with investors, partners and focusing on client development."
Expandly, an online multi-channel inventory and order management platform, enables businesses to combine product sales across multiple channels such as Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Shopify and Alibaba.
Founder Alan Wilson recently won a place on Google's Blackbox Connect startup competition, and the company is currently seeking investors for its next development phase.
The founder of UK-based marketplace management tool Expandly has won a Google Startup competion, and will be spending two weeks in Silicon Valley to take part in meetings and workshops with entrepreneurs, investors and executives.
Expandly founder Alan Wilson beat thousands of global companies to be selected for Blackbox Connect, a two-week, US residential programme designed to immerse international start-up founders into the Silicon Valley culture.
Blackbox Connect, partnered by Google for Entrepreneurs, brings together a handful of carefully selected, top startup entrepreneurs from around the world, giving them access to mentorship, intense training, and investors. Blackbox Connect was founded by Silicon Valley veteran Fadi Bishara, whose background is as a recruiter for fast-growth start-ups, including Zynga, SixApart and Tapulous. He launched Blackbox in order to, "inject global start-ups into the ecosystem, mindset and ‘magic' of Silicon Valley".
Wilson will have the opportunity to live at the Blackbox Mansion - a "big brother house for start-ups", where he will collaborate with like-minded entrepreneurs from around the world.
He said, "I am delighted to have been chosen – it's a dream opportunity for me to follow in the Blackbox footsteps of some amazing companies who have all gone on to be hugely successful. Going to the heart of Silicon Valley, and being able to make contacts, gain knowledge and be surrounded by the buzz of fellow entrepreneurs will help accelerate the development of Expandly, along with enhancing my own business acumen. I'm very much looking forward to learning from the experts."
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