Genie & The Geek partner with Neteven

By Chris Dawson February 9, 2015 - 11:25 am

EuropeWhat do you do when you’re a UK business who wants to expand your European sales? Obviously eBay and Amazon EU sites are the place to start, but in many EU countries those two sites don’t have the market dominance that they do in the UK.

That’s why full service management company Genie and the Geek have partnered with Neteven, both for sales through their MyFirstWish business, but also for their other clients. Last year, Genie and the Geek launched My1stWish on EU marketplaces including PriceMinister, La Redoute and Cdiscount using Neteven

Neteven’s trading platform offers a wide range of functions for online retailers and the largest number of marketplaces integrations across Europe and the US.

Genie and the Geek have extensive expertise in ecommerce, photo shooting, marketing, research, customer service, logistic and business management provided from their office and warehouse in Manchester. By combining both services businesses now have the option of employing a fully holistic service in their online marketing campaign.

Tayyab Akhlaq, Managing Director of Genie and the Geek, explained: “Cross border trade is a big focus for us and for our customers this year. Working together with Neteven will allow us to reach even further into Europe, as their software integrates with many international leading marketplaces and many more territories than competitive products of the same quality”.

Greg Zemor, co-Founder and CEO of Neteven, added: “We are proud that a UK based company has chosen Neteven as its partner. In 2014, we successfully launched some projects with Genie and the Geek and we are all ready to take it to the next stage. Genie and the Geek and Neteven’s strategies are closely aligned. We both understand that technology to master online marketplace management is essential and that services to help businesses outsource part of or their entire cross border trade distribution project is very important. We are now looking forward to managing hundreds of clients together”.

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