In Turkey, EBay’s Gittigidiyor.com introduced an additional way to pay for products which are known as "fast-moving consumer goods", and which are repurchased with regular intervals. Payment of these products follows a different, time-saving procedure.
EBay Motors visitors will be able access pricing information from TrueCar dealers and to contact those dealers directly in new deal.
EBay Germany announced an important change in its top management earlier this week. Stefan Wenzel will be replaced by Eben Sermon as managing director and vice president of EBay Germany, the company said (here in German). Sermon will take the reins gradually from Wenzel, as the latter withdraws in the coming weeks.
Media24, a subsidiary of Naspers, assembled a team of international experts to help it accelerate its transformation to a digital media company with interests in e-commerce and classifieds in South Africa and abroad.
Kijiji Network Information Technology Services (Shanghai), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Baixing.com, China’s second-largest classifieds platform after 58.com (NYSE: WUBA), invested 10 million RMB ($1.5 million U.S.) in Beijing Jiashi Wuyou Home Services.
AutoScout24 (AS24) announced recently it has entered into a collaboration with Loyalty Factory GmbH, a German-Danish software firm that offers EASI’R, CRM software that connects used-auto shoppers with dealers.
EBay-owned classifieds site Dba.dk in Denmark runs a digital magazine with a classifieds focus called DBA Guide. The magazine was launched a year ago, but just recently got its first, full-time editor.
Which classifieds site has the highest conversion rate? How do the users of Autotrader and Cargurus differ? What is the user journey like for someone who is buying a car? These are the questions we challenged Deren Baker, CEO of Jumpshot, to answer when he takes the stage in Miami at the Global Online Classifieds Summit on June 22.
Devin Wenig, president and CEO of EBay Inc., released a comprehensive, personal statement with the Q1 financial results of EBay Inc. earlier this week. We publish extracts and a summary of the Q1 results with a focus on the classifieds portfolio.
China’s WeChat, the massive ecosystem of social media, messaging, ecommerce, on-demand and payment services operated by Tencent, will be expanding to the U.K., the company told Financial Times (FT).