By Tamebay Guide February 26, 2019 - 4:56 pm


Fnac is a French retailer founded in 1954 and one of France’s best known high-street retailers that specialises in media sales such as books, CDs, DVDs and also games, photography and ticket sales. It is the third most visited ecommerce site in France, after Amazon

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This post about Fnac is part of Tamebay’s January and February 2018 Marketplaces series sponsored by Flubit. To find a full list of marketplaces we've written about this month, visit our Marketplaces 2018 page here. Web address: Marketplace Overview Fnac is a French retailer founded in

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Greg Zemor is founder of Neteven, a marketplace management application which enables you to sell on eBay, Amazon, PriceMinister, Fnac, Pixmania, Rue du Commerce, La Redoute, Cdiscount, Brand Alley, Atosho and OneWorldAvenue in France and in Europe. As well as French and EU marketplace Neteven

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With eBay about to give access to free listings across Europe for their sellers there's never been a better time to review the countries and marketplaces that you target. Many sellers already make use of Amazon European accounts to make selling into France and Germany

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