There’s lots of different worldwide marketplaces where you can sell your products on, this includes both directly to the customer and business to business transactions. For industries it can be extremely lucrative to sell on many different channels to reach a wider array of customers.
Let’s take a look at some of the marketplaces you may want to consider:
Amazon – Amazon is the largest ecommerce company in the world. It operates marketplaces in 14 countries, including the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, and the U.K.
Bonanza – Bonanza is a marketplace with more than 10 million items. As of 2019, it has no listing fees and no monthly store fees. It sells in Canada, U.K., France, India, Germany, Mexico and Spain.
Cratejoy – Cratejoy is a marketplace for selling subscription boxes. The boxes cater to consumer interests, such as healthcare and regional attraction. The site receives around 30,000 monthly transactions and more than 3 million monthly page views.
eBay – eBay has sites for 24 countries, including the United States, Canada, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, U.K and many more.
Etsy – Etsy is a global marketplace for creative, handmade products. Etsy emphases on helping the community of sellers become successful by making it easy and cheap to list products and start selling. The site serves roughly 30 million customers annually.
Reverb – Reverb is a marketplace for musicians to buy, sell, and learn about new, used, vintage and handmade music gear. It connects millions of people to musical products and inspiration. Roughly 80 million worldwide users visit the site annually.
Wayfair – Wayfair is a marketplace focused on home décor and home furnishings. It lists more than 10 million products from over 10,000 suppliers.
Asos – Asos is a U.K based marketplace that targets younger shoppers. It sells over 80,000 products and also has marketplaces in Australia, U.S., France, Germany, Spain, Russia, and Italy.
Alibaba – Alibaba is the giant Chinese B2B marketplace. It has customers in 200 countries buying over 100 million products across 40 different categories.
AliExpress – AliExpress is an Alibaba-owned marketplace that targets buyers outside China. It has a global English site and supports 15 other languages: Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Arabic, Hebrew, and Polish.
Flipkart – Flipkart is India’s largest marketplace with over 10 million customers buying from roughly 100,000 suppliers. Flipkart’s logistics network helps sellers deliver their products faster. It also provides funding to sellers. Walmart recently purchased a controlling interest in Flipkart.
Zibbet – Zibbet is a marketplace of independent artists, crafters, and vintage collectors. It is similar to Etsy. Roughly 50,000 sellers offer mostly handmade products on the site.
Newegg – Newegg is a global electronics marketplace that has been in business for 17 years. It has tens of millions of customers and sells products in 50 countries.
DaWanda – DaWanda – is a U.K.-based marketplace for handmade goods. Over 320,000 designers sell their creations on the site. Products can also be customized.
Jet – Jet is owned by Walmart, but it operates as an independent site. It offers sellers a rules engine to enhance their profitability. The site receives millions of daily visitors throughout the world.
Allegro – Allegro is the largest Polish marketplace, with more than 15 million customers and 70 million monthly product sales. All business is conducted in Polish.
OnBuy – OnBuy is a U.K.-based marketplace that attracts shoppers by offering affordable prices. It charges low fees to sellers.
Cdiscount – Cdiscount is a French marketplace with roughly 1 million unique daily visitors. It sells products across a broad range of categories with over €2 billion in annual sales.
Emag – Emag is the largest ecommerce site in Romania with thousands of daily customers. Retailers can sign up for free.
Flubit – Flubit is a U.K.-based marketplace. It’s known for competitive pricing. It has over 60 million products and allows sellers to integrate their product catalogues.
Otto – Otto is a popular German marketplace. It launched in 1995. Nearly half of the residents in Germany have shopped on the site. Merchants can target the German market, but the product information needs to be localized.
Fruugo – Fruugo is a U.K.-based marketplace in 32 countries. Sellers can register once to sell across these countries. The site supports 21 currencies and 17 languages.
Dafiti – Dafiti is a Latin American marketplace with millions of unique monthly visitors. It is newer than other marketplaces, but it has grown quickly. It offers tools to sellers for onboarding and general success.
JD.com – JD.com is a Chinese marketplace with over 300 million users. It also has a presence in Spain, Russia, and Indonesia. It is one of the largest marketplaces in the world with thousands of suppliers and its own logistics infrastructure.
Kaola – Koala – is a Chinese marketplace that is part of the NetEase group, a China-based technology company. Kaola is a popular cross-border shopping platform in China. Sellers can set up a store on Kaola, or they can sell wholesale to Kaola, which then resells to consumers.
Lazada – Lazada is a marketplace owned by Alibaba Group, operates in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Lazada has thousands of merchants, generating roughly $1.5 billion in annual sales.
Snapdeal – Snapdeal is an Indian marketplace with over 300,000 sellers and 35 million products. Sellers must be registered businesses in India.
MyDeal – MyDeal is an Australian marketplace with 200,000 products across over 2,000 categories. Sellers must pass a product quality check before they can participate.