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Target is a late entrant into the marketplace space. They are taking a more curated approach to marketplaces than Amazon -- in this respect, is considered a "gated marketplace". Don't expect to find "x-ray vision glasses for your Labrador" on; unlike some of the other marketplaces, Target is focused on selling premium products at a competitive value. Also, sellers will not compete for the buy-box on Target. It's only one seller per SKU. This presents sellers with a tremendous opportunity. Sellers must be willing to respect generous return policy and also expect to receive returns from Target's physical stores. Acenda can help you succeed on

Since opening its first store in 1962, Target has grown into the second-largest discount retailer in the United States. Only second in size and revenue to Walmart, Target operates over 1,800 total store locations. The store offers a wide variety of clothing, shoes, electronics, food, furniture, housewares, jewelry, office supplies, sporting goods, toys, games and more, earning at total revenue of nearly $70 billion during 2017.

Acenda offers suppliers and manufacturers the opportunity to sell products at Target. Our multi-channel e-Commerce platform provides a simple solution for businesses seeking to connect to Target and dozens of other leading marketplaces. We provide a fully-flexible and easy to use PaaS (Platform as a Service) that requires no software installation and works to help you optimize your marketplace performance. With Acenda, companies can integrate with Target, Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Google and many more.

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