To help businesses take advantage of this growing consumer demand across the globe, if you use Linnworks for multi-channel ecommerce then you can now list on Fruugo directly from with the Linnworks order management system. The new Linnworks Fruugo support enables you to sell products to a consumer base of more than four billion across the globe.
Fruugo’s focus as a global online marketplace is on simplifying international ecommerce for merchants of all sizes. Working across over 40 countries, it takes care of all language, currency, sales tax and localisation requirements and uses its advanced data science capability to drive market shoppers directly to retailers’ products.
While the two companies have worked together for more than eight years, generating £10’s of millions in GTV, this is the first time Fruugo will be available to all Linnworks sellers directly through its .net platform.
Naturally, in order to take advantage of Fruugo’s reach, which attracts consumers from around the globe, you’ll first have to sign up to sell on the marketplace. Then, thanks to the Linnworks Fruugo support you can manage your selling activities on Linnworks.net.
“This partnership is a natural expansion of the Linnworks ecosystem of over 100 channel and courier partners. In response to our customers’ needs, our developers have worked closely with the team at Fruugo to bring an integration with full functionality that simplifies and enables international expansion and growth.”
– Andrew Thomson, Partnerships Manager, Linnworks
“Our motto is that if you can ship it, we can help you sell it to customers all over the world. By being fully integrated into the Linnworks platform, we will be able to offer this opportunity to more merchants than ever before, at a time when ecommerce sales are crucial. While we know that retailers tend to be resilient and highly adaptive, many continue to face unprecedented challenges and largely rely on online sales and international shipping to stay afloat. We are doing all that we can to make that as easy as possible and help them keep trading.”
– Håkan Thyr, CRO, Fruugo