Research Triangle Park, NC – August 11, 2015 – ChannelAdvisor Corporation (NYSE:ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions that enable retailers and manufacturers to increase global sales, today announced its support for Newegg Canada. ChannelAdvisor has integrated with Newegg’s Global Seller Program, enabling retailers and manufacturers from around the world to sell into Canada through Newegg’s third-party marketplace.
“We’re always seeking ways to connect our customers to more consumers globally. The Canadian market is embracing e-commerce quickly. Online retail is expected to reach $39.9 billion in Canada by 2019, according to Forrester Research, Inc.,” said David Spitz, ChannelAdvisor CEO. “Through our support of Newegg’s Global Seller Program, retailers and branded manufacturers can enter Canada with relative ease and reach its growing online shopping population.”
The Newegg Global Seller Program offers a comprehensive e-commerce platform and marketing system for retailers and branded manufacturers to sell into Canada. Newegg Canada offers more than 20 product categories such as consumer electronics, computer hardware, home appliances, jewelry and watches.
“Newegg Canada focuses on offering great product selection and delivering total customer satisfaction,” said Head of Newegg Marketplace Sophia Tsao. “We are excited to offer global merchants the opportunity to sell to Newegg’s more than 20 million tech-savvy visitors, many of whom have the potential to become highly loyal customers.”
To learn more about selling on third-party online marketplaces, please visit http://bit.ly/BroadenYourHorizons.
ChannelAdvisor’s Agile Cross-Border Trade framework helps retailers increase product visibility on an international level by guiding them through a logical process for selling across the globe. By selling on marketplaces abroad, retailers tap into additional sources of demand and generate new revenue opportunities. To learn more about selling on Newegg Canada, please visit Newegg Global Seller Program.
 Forrester Research, Inc.