Wish Strengthens Its Position in Spain Through Partnership With Spanish Carrier, Correos
The partnership will open up cross-border trading opportunities for 8,000 Spanish merchants
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ContextLogic Inc. (d/b/a Wish) (NASDAQ: WISH), one of the world’s largest mobile e-commerce platforms, has today announced a partnership with the state-owned Spanish carrier, Correos. The deal will help Spanish merchants process their orders quickly and efficiently within a fully trackable system that is designed to optimize the customer experience.
Spanish merchants will be able to fulfill their Wish orders through Correos’ order management solution, Soluciones. They will also gain access to Wish’s merchant dashboard, where they can track their performance metrics, inventory, advertising and customer communications, as well as benefit from data intelligence and optimization tools to help drive greater success.
“We are delighted to be working with one of the world’s largest and most respected logistics companies to expand our presence in Spain. Spanish merchants have a lot to offer, particularly when it comes to high-quality toys and electronics,” said Alan Small, Senior Business Development Manager for Wish in Europe. “This partnership aligns closely with our goal of working with more local suppliers on a global scale.”
Wish brings an affordable and entertaining shopping experience to millions of consumers around the world. Since our founding in San Francisco in 2010, we have become one of the largest global e-commerce platforms, connecting millions of value-conscious consumers in over 100 countries to over half a million merchants globally. Wish combines technology and data science capabilities and an innovative discovery-based mobile shopping experience to create a highly-visual, entertaining, and personalized shopping experience for its users. For more information about the company or to download the Wish mobile app, visit www.wish.com or follow @Wish on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok or @WishShopping on Twitter and YouTube.
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Carys Comerford-Green, Wish
Dennis Walsh, Wish