Frooition – An Introduction

WHO ARE FROOITION?Frooition are the UK’s leading specialists in online marketplaces. Working with industry leading market makers: eBay, eBay Express, Amazon and with several established strategic partnerships including ChannelAdvisor and Paypal, Frooition utilizes long-standing eBay expertise and world-leading technologies and services to advise and partner its’ retail and manufacturing customers to exploit the new online marketplace opportunities.

Through our CreativeBay division, customers can acquire world leading eBay store design and branding. With our ServiceBay division, we offer a comprehensive range of services to suit your specific circumstances. These range from establishing an online marketplace presence, to implementing and supporting volume e-tail solutions (run by the client themselves, or managed on an outsourced basis by Frooition), and increasing visitor pull and revenue growth. This all comes with the experience and credibility of our proven track record. Frooition bring these best-of-breed products and services together to ensure that its’ customers are able to rapidly grow highly cost-efficient and professional online businesses.

The founders behind Frooition originally developed their expertise graduating as eBay Titanium Power Sellers before transforming the business to focus on solutions for businesses. Frooition has built an experienced team of developers, graphics professionals and online consultants who have combined their leading-edge expertise to deliver online marketplace solutions that have successfully enabled hundreds of customers to exploit the eBay phenomenon.

WHY USE FROOITION?

In a word, CREDIBILITY. To-date over 200 companies (including major high street names such as Butlins, Dialaphone, Hitchens and category leading eBay Powersellers such as iSold it and Retrowarez) have taken advantage of our foresight, experience and services development that many have classed ahead of it’s time.

Frooition – An Introduction was last modified: May 25th, 2011 by Andrew Pinner