Russian city set to join eBay Retail Revival programme

By Sasha Fedorenko April 23, 2019 - 12:28 pm

A Russian city is set to join eBay Retail Revival programme in the marketplace’s ongoing push to support merchants’ growth.

Yaroslavl, located in Russia is the first Eastern European city to welcome small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) to learn how to sell online.

Yaroslavl’s businesses are invited to get mentoring through a programme called Export Revival, and additional coaching from the Russian Export Center and PayPal. Sellers will gain the skills to grow their businesses internationally.

Export Revival has united sellers from around the region, who have already started to sell on the marketplace. From car brake pads and modern ceramic tableware to trendy children outfits and portable sea bikes, their inventory spans many product verticals.

The program aligns with the Russian government’s priority focus to grow small- to medium-sized businesses, create new jobs and increase the export potential of small enterprises and companies.

Learn more about the Yaroslavl’s businesses participating in Export Revival program in the Made in Russia eBay store.

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