eBay joined Ecommerce Europe

Business, e-Commerce

eBay became recently the most recent business partner of Ecommerce Europe, a preferred suppliers for the European e-commerce industry, according to organization’s website.

eBay owns one of the world’s largest online marketplaces and deals with its customers via any connected device. It has over 155M active buyers globally that can buy and sell via the platform.

Founded in 1995, eBay connects buyers and sellers, and also small businesses. It has an important impact over the international e-commerce market and has over 800M items listed for sale on anytime.

We are delighted to join Ecommerce Europe, which has quickly become a trusted partner for European policy makers. We believe putting in place the right policy framework and removing barriers to e-commerce will further unlock the huge economic potential of technology-enabled trade, benefitting the hundreds of thousands of European small businesses trading on eBay

Stefan Krawczyk,

Associate General Counsel & Head Government Relations International of eBay.

We are very glad to have one of the biggest e-commerce companies in the world as business partner of Ecommerce Europe. I am confident that our collaboration will be beneficial for the growth of e-commerce sector in Europe, thanks also to the valuable knowledge and expertise gained by eBay in many years in the field of selling goods online to consumers on a worldwide scale.

Marlene ten Ham,

Secretary General of Ecommerce Europe