FICE launches Shoes from Spain B2B MarketplaceThe e-commerce platform is the perfect complement to current footwear fairs and will allow Spanish businesses to access new markets, while maintaining relationships with pre-existing customers, 365 days a year

Jun 29, 2017
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imagenThe Federation of Spanish Footwear Industries (FICE) announced the launching of the new B2B e-Commerce platform dedicated exclusively to footwear industry professionals: Shoes from Spain B2B Marketplace.  The platform, which will be up and working starting from the second half of this year, will allow Spanish footwear brands to open themselves up to new multibrand end markets, both national and international, with the possibility of receiving orders online.  The goal of the Association is that of contributing to the digital transformation of the Spanish  footwear industry by offering the brands and companies a digital solution, which will help them to improve their international positioning and enable them to access new markets at a low cost.

Shoes from Spain B2B Marketplace is the ideal solution to strengthen the position of Spanish footwear brands in Europe, increase business in the United States, and increase market penetration in the Asia-Pacific region – declared José Monzonis, Executive President of FICE.  The best way to do it is by presenting your company under the umbrella brand of Shoes from Spain, which enjoys a high level of international prestige, thanks to the promotional efforts of FICE over the last 40 years, and thanks to the quality, design, and fashion content of Spanish brands.

 

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