By Chris Dawson October 28, 2020 - 2:39 pm

Amazon Sweden open for business

Today we see Amazon Sweden open for business - customers across Sweden can visit to shop from a selection of over 150m products. Swedish customers can shop from anywhere, any time with no-hassle returns and Swedish customer service through the Amazon Shopping app and

Country marketplaces brief – Sweden

With Fruugo, we are publishing a series of country marketplaces briefs and today take a look at Sweden: Sweden is a fairly small country but offers significant opportunities for cross-border sellers. Internet access is close to ubiquitous and online shopping is well established. Consumers are used

Amazon Sweden launches as 7th country in EU unified seller account

In July we asked if Amazon Sweden would be the next country site to launch. Today Amazon confirmed that is being prepared and it will be available in your unified EU seller account in order to list on. Already available as a country in

Will Amazon Sweden be the next country site to launch?

Amazon Sweden could be the next Amazon Marketplace to launch taking the total around the world to 18. Business Insider points to the Amazon Brand registry and notes that Sweden has been added as a country site where Brands can protect their IP and add

Afound, H&M’s new Swedish marketplace launched today

A new store opened in Stockholm today, Afound, a multi-brand discount store owned by H&M which is located at Drottninggatan 53, the second of which will open in Malmö at Södergatan 28. At the same time, sales via their online Swedish marketplace have launched in

New import tax for Chinese goods entering Sweden

Imports from China to Sweden are about to become increasingly expensive now that a dispute about import VAT has been resolved. To give you a sense of scale. Roughly 150k packages from the likes of Alibaba and Wish come into Stockholm's Arlanda Airport. In the past

Sweden’s homeless use iZettle to sell the ‘Big Issue’

Sweden is fast becoming the most cashless country in the world. Indeed, such is the progress, that homeless people in the capital city Stockholm have started taking cards using iZettle when they sell the equivalent magazine to the Big Issue called Situation. According to iZettle chief

eBay officially announce expansion in Europe

eBay have just officially announced their expansion into the 6 new European territories revealed last November. Around 180 million shoppers in Russia, Czech Republic, Greece, Denmark, Sweden and Norway are now able to use an eBay site tailored for their own language. Users in these new

eBay attract 180m new buyers in 6 new countries

It's been four years since eBay opened up a new country site in Europe, but they're just about to add six new territories aiming to specifically attract new buyers. Currently in Beta, eBay International Markets will fully launch on February 3rd 2010 at to Russia,

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