WeMarket launches B2B marketplace
WeMarket has today officially launched its B2B marketplace. International buyers and sellers can do business with each other on this online platform, without having to deal with private customers. The Dutch website is an initiative of one of the founders of file transfer website WeTransfer.
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WeMarket was already in beta for quite some time, but today it officially launched its website. The company presents itself as a platform where B2B buyers and suppliers can trade on a global scale, without any hassle or charge.
Companies who want to trade via WeMarket are verified on entry, so there will be no private consumers. The website also uses so called Karma points to show which suppliers are trusted by others. Companies who want to buy products can target different markets and use filters to show only the results from a certain continent or country.
WeMarket was founded in 2013 by Bas Beerens, one of the creators of Dutch file transfer website WeTransfer. It claims to be the world’s first B2B marketplace where renowned brands trade with distributors, wholesalers, retailers and stocklot traders. The team currently consists of 20 employees.