Tech-focused e-retailer Newegg, which extends into more than 80 countries, has added 29 countries to its global network. The company unveiled the expansion during its Newegg Seller Summit, which is part of London Tech Week.
“Newegg’s Seller Summit at London Tech Week is a fitting platform to unveil the latest milestone in Newegg’s ongoing global expansion,” said Sophia Tsao, Newegg’s chief marketplace officer. “Adding these 29 countries to Newegg’s global network is a testament to our team’s tireless dedication to bring the Newegg shopping experience to customers across the globe.”
Two years ago, Newegg hosted its inaugural Seller Summit in London, which served as an official kick-off of the company’s multi-year global expansion campaign. At the time, Newegg announced it would begin serving customers in 50 countries, with additional countries still on the way. Since that date, Newegg has not only expanded its geographical reach, but also added key elements such as local-language support, free shipping on select items and local returns in key regions. Today’s commitment to serve customers in 80-plus countries is Newegg’s latest effort to help its sellers tap into emerging markets and other high-growth regions.
The 29 countries added to Newegg’s global network include the following: Algeria, Argentina, Bahrain, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lithuania, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Paraguay, Peru, Qatar, Romania, Serbia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tanzania, Uganda, Uruguay, Russia and Vietnam.