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This week, Marketplace Pulse released a report showing that eBay's market share has slipped to less than 5% of U.S. e-commerce while global GMV remained nearly flat at $87.3 billion.
VALOREO, an aggregator focused on Latin America, announced an $80 million investment led by L Catterton.
Read our quick roundup of what happened last week in the aggregator world below.
VALOREO Announces $80 million Series B Investment Led by L Catterton. [PRNewsWire]
E-commerce roll-up start-up Upscalio acquires 4 D2C brands-Gizga, Tizum, Aircase, and HomePuff. [BusinessToday]
Can I Sell My Shopify Store? [Boosted]
What makes your Amazon Business more sellable? [Benitago]
Adam Feinberg gets on the podcast to share his journey of starting a business with $40,000 and selling it for over $100 million. [LetsTalkExits]
How do you know if your brand is truly ready for an acquisition? [LetsTalkExits]
Asher Ismail of Uncapped shares different Ways to Secure Funding For Your Ecommerce Business. [EComCrew]
India witnesses a growing trend of ecommerce rollup firms, with players like GlobalBees entering the unicorn club. [YourStory]
eBay's Market Share Slips to Below 5%. [MarketPlus]
Ownit's new technology helps brands sell products without interruption by connecting social, commerce and payment options at the point of discovery so consumers can buy in one tap. [TechCrunch]
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