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London-based Amazon Aggregator Olsam Group has acquired US-based Marketfleet

Olsam Group is at the forefront of the consolidation of the aggregator category. The London-based company acquired its current Aggregator in the US, Marketfleet with its 11 product-targeted brands. The recent years have seen Amazon’s aggregators compete to buy the most sensible acting brands on the site to improve their marketing, packaging, and positioning. And

Amazon Aggregator Razor Group to Acquire Rival Factory14 in Multi-Million Dollar Deal As European Market Consolidates

With the burgeoning European market, Amazon aggregator Razor Group is set to acquire smaller rival Factory 14. In sum, Amazon aggregator Razor Group is on the verge of acquiring smaller rival Factory14 The 100-person strong workforce at Factory14 is set to join the Berlin-based aggregator An acquisition deal worth a double-digit million-dollar amount in the

Wholesum Raises $50M Series A to Pool Third-Party Sellers on E-Commerce Platforms

The growing trend of e-commerce aggregators has caused significant disruption in the Asian market. South Korea, the fifth-largest e-commerce marketing in the world is now rolling up. Wholesum, a Seoul-based e-commerce aggregator jumped into the bandwagon and is now buying third-party merchants that would normally sell on large e-commerce platforms like eBay and Amazon. The

Swedish eCommerce Aggregator Go North Raises €7.49M With an Aim to Become Europe’s Next Unicorn

Gothenburg, Sweden-based Go North, an e-commerce aggregator operated by Amazon FBA (Fulfilled-By-Amazon) entrepreneurs, announced on Monday that it has raised SEK77.5M (approximately €7.49M) in its Seed round of funding. Go North plans to continue the expansion of its operations and its business reach with the raised capital. The round was led by eEquity, a growth investor focused