Breaking news from Expandly HQ – Our multichannel management software now integrates with mobile eCommerce platform wish.com – enabling eCommerce sellers across the globe to add yet another platform to their multichannel selling strategy.
When You Wish Upon a Star
Wish.com merchants can now manage their Wish inventory across 30+ sales channel(s) (including eBay and Amazon) and Expandly customers can benefit from exposure to an additional 300 million global users, by adding Wish.com to their multichannel portfolio. The Expandly platform integrates marketplaces, shopping carts, shipping carriers and account software – allowing users to centrally manage listings, orders, inventories, shipping and reporting. This will now include Wish.com, who this year hit 75 million monthly active users, over one million merchants and over 200 million products.
Alan Wilson, founder and CEO of Expandly says: “We’re delighted to add Wish.com to the list of online marketplaces Expandly integrates with. We are constantly looking for ways to increase the audiences that our users have access to so integrating with world’s sixth largest eCommerce company was a no-brainer!”
Sarah Hughes, Senior Director of Wish’s European Business Development team, says: “We are really pleased to be integrating with Expandly and providing Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Wish and Shopify sellers with an easy way to sell on Wish.com. 10 million of our 300 million customers shop with us each day, generating over 2.4 million transactions daily – this is a tremendous opportunity for eCommerce sellers to expand their multichannel network and explore our younger demographic, strong European presence and uniquely mobile-optimised interface. We look forward to welcoming Expandly customers to Wish and to introducing our customers to Expandly.”
Your Dreams Come True
It is also great news for Expandly, who last year was selected for the exclusive Microsoft BizSpark Plus programme, partnered with Shopify in the Shopify App Store and welcomed Action for Children on board.; a long way off from their humble beginnings in CEO’s Alan Wilson’s garage.