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Ecommerce Aggregator Weekly

Issue #9 | March 25th 2022

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David Shi

Mar 25 2022

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Welcome to Ecommerce Aggregator Weekly from Operator. Our goal is to cover the latest developments in the aggregator space so that you can stay informed.


This week, Google launched Last Mile Fleet Solution to take on Shopify, Amazon and Walmart by helping small companies create exceptional delivery experiences.

Pilot Wave Holdings acquired Tapuya Brands, an aggregator focused on acquiring Amazon brands using data.

Read our quick roundup of what happened last week in the aggregator world below.


Moonshot Brands raises funds and highlights change in strategy with new acquisitions. ‎[TechCrunch]


E-commerce aggregator Rainforest fully acquires baby care brand NatureBond. ‎[TheBusinessTimes]


How Society Brands plans to outgrow $200M in capital. ‎[CrainsCleveland]

FBA Acquisitions are the new Gold Rush and its driving demand for experienced talent. [TechBullion]

Despite eBay being larger than its vertical competitors, their combined market cap is larger than eBay’s. [MarketPluse]

Pilot Wave Holdings Acquires Tapuya Brands to Transform Amazon Products into Brands Through Technology. [LetsTalkExits]


Evenflow, a brand aggregator, partners with ecommerce enabler Eunimart for global expansion. ‎[TheEconomicTimes]

Una Brands working on a new fundraising round, eyes Thailand foray this year. [DealStreetAsia]

The ecommerce Boom changes New York City region into a national warehouse capital. [PYMNTS]

Clearlake & Newfold Digital Expands E-commerce with YITH acquisition. [MTC]

Boat sets up a mergers and acquisitions arm for acquisitions and intends to build a house of brands. [TheEconomicTimes]

Google launches Last Mile Fleet Solution to Take on Shopify, Amazon and Walmart. [TheStreet]


‎‎Meesho hires former Disney+Hotstar executive Harsh Chaudhary to lead monetisation efforts. ‎[TheEconomicTimes]

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