• Broadcast in any language, in any currency
  • Collect from your customer without any problems.
  • Send your products by micro-exporting without any hassle, without technical knowledge, without dealing with legislation.
1 – From your accounting program, products are transferred to your virtual store.
2 – You can serve your customers in up to 11 different languages in the virtual store. Your customers can access your products from search engines.
3 – Your customer can see the product price in his own local currency, see the shipping cost and progress through the order stages.
4 – You can withdraw the payment from a customer’s credit card located anywhere in the world. With comprehensive fraud measures, malicious transactions are rejected.
5 – The received order is automatically forwarded to the Logistics company and the online bill of lading is printed.
6 – While you are preparing the products, the micro-export processes of the products are completed automatically, and the cargo officer receives the cargo box with the bill of lading on it from your office.
7 – In the process until the delivery of the product to the customer, the customer can get information about the location of the product from the member panel, and the site administrator can monitor the shipment status of the product.
8 – Thanks to the integrated call center solution, when the customer calls the virtual store call center, they can listen to the delivery status of the product in different language options with a technology that converts text to voice.
9 – As you contribute to your country, you will be happy and peaceful with your pockets full.
  • Full SEO Compliance
  • A separate link address, manageable title and definition information for search engines can be determined for each page, in each language option. In searches made from search engines in the languages you broadcast, the page of your site in the relevant language option may be included in the results, when the visitor clicks, the page opens in that language option.
  • Smart customer reception
  • The visitor is welcomed with the language option and currency that corresponds to which language option the visitor is visiting the sites most. Thus, the visitor thinks that the site is primarily prepared for his language and currency.
  • Dynamic Cargo Selection
  • According to the customer’s shipping location, the appropriate shipping option is shown to the customer, so that the customer will not be able to choose a cargo company that does not serve her region.
  • Dynamic Payment Method Determination
  • Depending on the customer’s cargo selection and location, the payment method can be managed. If there is no cash on delivery abroad, this payment option will not be displayed, and Western Union payment option will not appear for customers in Turkey.
  • Dynamic and Global GSM Communication
  • In all telephone entry areas of the e-commerce site, correct information is provided with the flags and codes of all countries. Default country code is determined dynamically according to customer location. With the integrated SMS system, SMS can be sent over the system to any customer anywhere in the world.
  • Language-aware block management
  • It is possible to manage the language options in which the content in the blocks, such as banners, videos, promotional articles, can be displayed on the site. Page images can also be changed in the language option preferred by the customer, and there can be a completely different site image for each language.

What is Micro Export ?

Export transactions made for sale purposes that do not exceed 300 kg and 15,000 Euros are called micro exports. With micro export, VAT-free invoice issuances, VAT refund is taken back from the state. In this way, depending on the VAT rate, 18% more income can be obtained when sold at the same sales price as in the domestic market.
In the export model, which can be done easily with the Electronic Commerce Customs Declaration (ETGB), there is no problem in the product exit from the Turkish customs. Thanks to ETGB, it is possible to submit the declaration the next day, and the fact that the declaration is allowed to be made through the cargo companies simplifies the process.
Exemption from the Exporters’ Unions Relative Fee is provided, no Customs Brokerage Fee is charged, no power of attorney is required, time is saved thanks to fast bureaucratic procedures, and customs clearance can be carried out even on Saturday.
  • What You Can Sell ?
  • The most common e-export products in the world are the textile sector. Women’s clothing, shoes, accessories, local home textiles are among the most sold product groups in this category. 39 percent of consumers who shop across borders buy clothes and shoes from websites abroad. Electronic goods are in the second place of the list with 26 percent. However, very profitable and voluminous e-export examples are encountered in categories that never come to mind. Local products, cultural products, handmade products can be counted among the products that are both profitable and have few alternatives.
  • 300 BILLION DOLLAR CAKE
  • Today, 200 billion dollars of the approximately 2 trillion dollar e-commerce sector worldwide comes from cross-border shopping. In 2013, the total cross-border online shopping volume was around 105 billion dollars. By 2018, the amount of shopping will increase by 200% on average, reaching 307 billion dollars.
  • An important opportunity brought by exports is that it provides market diversity for companies of all sizes. While companies that export traditionally in Turkey export to three countries on average, e-export companies can reach 34 countries on average. This diversity provided by e-export is also valid for small-scale companies. While the average number of markets for the smallest 10% of e-export companies is 23, this number is 45 for the largest 10%. The weighted average distance of Turkey’s top 10 e-export markets is 4,308 kilometers. This figure corresponds to a 65 percent increase in the traditional export range.
  • THE CONTRIBUTION OF E-EXPORT TO THE ECONOMY IS IMPORTANT
  • Today, 200 billion dollars of the approximately 2 trillion dollar e-commerce sector worldwide comes from cross-border shopping. In 2013, the total cross-border online shopping volume was around 105 billion dollars. By 2018, the amount of shopping will increase by 200% on average, reaching 307 billion dollars.
  • An important opportunity brought by exports is that it provides market diversity for companies of all sizes. While companies that export traditionally in Turkey export to three countries on average, e-export companies can reach 34 countries on average. This diversity provided by e-export is also valid for small-scale companies. While the average number of markets for the smallest 10% of e-export companies is 23, this number is 45 for the largest 10%. The weighted average distance of Turkey’s top 10 e-export markets is 4,308 kilometers. This figure corresponds to a 65 percent increase in the traditional export range.
  • CLOTHING AND SHOES NO SELLING
  • The number one products of e-export in the world are clothing and shoes. 39 percent of consumers who shop across borders buy clothes and shoes from websites abroad. Electronic goods occupy the second place of the list with 26 percent.
  • MODERN WAYS OF SPICES
  • According to PayPal’s Modern Spice Routes: The Cultural Impact of Cross-Border Shopping report, 15.9 million people shopped online across borders in the UK in 2013, compared to 18.5 million in 2018. The British buy the most clothes, shoes and accessories, jewelry and watches, and health and cosmetics.
  • In the USA, 34.1 million people made cross-border e-shopping in 2013, and it is estimated that this number will be 41.8 million in 2018. Clothing, shoes and accessories, health and beauty products, jewelry and watches are the most sought after.
  • In Germany, 14.1 million people made cross-border online shopping in 2013. It is estimated that 15.5 million Germans will buy products from foreign sites in three years. While the Germans mostly buy clothes, shoes and accessories, computer hardware and software is the second and health and beauty products are the third.

  • TIPS TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN E-EXPORT
  • E-commerce in the world is making its weight felt more and more. In this change, cross-border online trade stands out and draws a rapid rise. Turkish entrepreneurs and exporters have the opportunity to find a place for themselves in the market, which is expected to reach a volume of 300 billion dollars in a few years.
  • There are two basic strategies that entrepreneurs should follow in order to achieve success in cross-border trade. To offer original products or the most advantageous price. In addition, free and effortless returns, affordable and fast shipping, website and customer support in the local language, delivery tracking, mobile-friendly processes, use of secure and preferred payment methods stand out as other key points of success. Source:paypal