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Alliance Box in Place sets new standards in online marketing

Published: April 15, 2014 (Issue # 1805)




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In today's developing world, most aspects of life are associated with Internet use. Many people are now making purchases without having to leave their homes, preferring online shopping where, with just a single click, they can quickly and conveniently purchase their desired product and have it delivered right to the door. As a result, Internet trade began rapidly developing. Starting your own business is now easier than before since anyone can open his or her own online shop and all that is needed is to create a website and arrange for the delivery of goods. The Box in Place alliance will help you to solve all these problems.

Box in Place is the latest word in the field of B2B and breaks all the templates. The innovative Q-Box and Placemark projects — the main components of the Box in Place alliance — offer significant support of small and medium-sized businesses in Russia, as well as in the development of e-commerce in general. Leading experts and analysts appreciate the need for these projects.

Box in Place alliance offers innovative business schemes to the future owners of Internet shops, encouraging them to start thinking in a completely new way, beyond the usual stereotypes.

Having deep experience in creating websites and collaboration with Western companies, Placemark offers customers turnkey Internet shop rental at very affordable prices (from 450 rubles per month). The advantage of renting readymade Internet sites lies in the fact that you have the opportunity to test your business without any risk at minimal cost. Once your online store starts to bring you profit, you can buy it outright.

Due to the visual editing capabilities and technical convenience of our Placemark automated platform for creating online stores, in less than half an hour you can design and stock the store, as well as calculate the cost of renting out your online store. You can also evaluate it from a buyer’s point of view.

You won’t have to turn to a designer for creating the style of your online store either, since the developers of Placemark already provided bright, stylish, concise and recognizable designs, having thought of every little detail to make your online store the most comfortable and pleasant to shop.

An important factor in the success of the online store is the organization of logistics. The Q-box project is an experienced and responsible 3PL operator who performs the full range of services necessary for the movement of goods throughout the whole supply chain to the ultimate consumer. In other words, 3PL creates all the conditions necessary so there is no need for clients to maintain their own logistic units.

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Saturday, Nov. 29


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