To market, to market

ebay, m-commerce, mobile, shopping, onlineThere was a time when the hottest deal on eBay was a set of used golf clubs, but if you searched ‘golf’ on the site today, you’d be more likely to find a brand new set, and the seller wouldn’t be your neighbour from down the road.

You’d instead be met by one of the thousands of established retail brands currently selling on the platform, from small traders to some of the largest retail companies in the country.

Indeed, those said to be most vulnerable to Amazon marketplace’s impending launch are no strangers to the concept, from Myer and Super Retail Group to Target and even Catch Group.

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