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Productsup frees brands, retailers, service providers, and marketplaces from commerce anarchy. The Productsup product-to-consumer (P2C) platform processes over two trillion products a month, empowering long-term business success as the only global, strategic, scalable platform managing all product-to-consumer information value chains across any platform, any channel, any technology. Founded in 2010 and headquartered in Berlin, Productsup has grown to over 250 employees spread out across offices worldwide and works with over 900 brands, including IKEA, Sephora, Beiersdorf, Redbubble, and ALDI. Learn more at www.productsup.com.

Feed management

Map, understand, and manage every link in the information value chain, however complex the route between your product or service and the consumer. Find out more here: https://www.productsup.com/solutions/feed-management/

Marketplace experience and social commerce

Sell large inventories of products and services directly on marketplaces and social media channels across the globe. Find out more here: https://www.productsup.com/solutions/marketplace-integration/

Product content syndication

Effortlessly distribute product content to every retail, sales, and business channel in your network or on your wish list. Find out more here: https://www.productsup.com/solutions/product-content-syndication/

Seller and vendor onboarding

Deliver continuous onboarding to seamlessly aggregate and integrate thousands of supplier catalogs with standardized product information. Find out more here: https://www.productsup.com/solutions/seller-vendor-onboarding/
Merry Marketeers: Christmas Ads, a Retailers’ Family Tradition

By Ellie-Rose Davies, Content Executive at IMRG It’s the most wonderful time of the year… because the Christmas ads are…

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Hello Retail Returns Debate, Our Old Friend

  By Ben Sillitoe, retail journalist and IMRG content contributor The emotive subject of retail returns has leapfrogged up the…

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Cross Border Commerce: What’s the Appetite?

  By Emily Black, Content Executive and Analyst at IMRG How are retailers set up to ship cross-border? In a…

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H1 Review: How Did Online Retail Perform?

  By Emily Black, Content Executive and Analyst at IMRG It goes without saying that 2022 has been a difficult…

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  By Emily Black, Content Executive and Analyst at IMRG In the first half of 2022, it’s become more apparent…

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Tap Happy: 3 Ways Retailers Can Improve Their Mobile Commerce

  By Emily Black, Content Executive and Analyst at IMRG There was a time when retailers were asking whether devices…

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A Downturn in the Market: What Does the Rising Cost of Living Mean for Online Retail?

  By Emily Black, Content Executive and Analyst at IMRG Here at IMRG, our March results have appeared almost as…

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The Metaverse is Coming – Are Retailers Prepared?

  By Thomas Kasemir, Chief Product Officer, Productsup NFTs are all the rage right now with retailers like Nike introducing…

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A fresh start for ecommerce? 3 Key predictions for online retail

  By Emily Black, Content Executive and Analyst at IMRG As we near the second quarter of 2022, the geo-political…

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Two Years Since the First Lockdown, What’s Changed for Online Retail?

  By Emily Black, Content Executive and Analyst at IMRG As we approach March 2022, it’s been almost two years…

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How Keller Sports increased online sales by 31% and traffic by 22%

Productsup's centralised and user-friendly platform enabled Keller Sports to finally understand what was going on with their product data, which also helped identify and unlock hidden potential in the data.
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How EILEEN FISHER takes control of commerce anarchy

Productsup is the single source of product information for EILEEN FISHER and defines how the company presents its products across channels. With the help of our platform, the team was able to clean and tailor backlog product data with relatively little effort and ensure efficient logging of new product data.
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Bax Music drives an impressive 20% in-store revenue uplift with Google Local Inventory ads

Bax Music knew that Google Local Inventory ads would allow them to leverage their shop locations and local inventories to drive foot traffic to their brick-and-mortar stores. However, this ad format was not yet widely used in Europe. Thus they would first need to prepare and submit their feed to Google for approval. With the help of Productsup, they were able to achieve this and become one of the first retailers in Europe to ever use the ad format.
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