QuiBids Expands to France and Germany
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Oct. 24, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- QuiBids.com, the world's leading entertainment retail auction, announces its expansion into the European Union, in both France and Germany. QuiBids had a soft launch a month prior and is now fully operating in the additional markets. The company will sell products across all current QuiBids categories, including the Samsung Galaxy S phone, Apple iPad, and Canon camera bundles.
The EU's previous experience with entertainment auctions started back in 2005 but will now experience a better and more advanced "entertainment shopping" offering. "We're confident in expanding our service in France and Germany because of our previously established relationships with European vendors and manufacturers, our dedication to customer support, and the unique excitement offered by our site," said Matt Beckham, QuiBids' CEO.
The Oklahoma City-based company has relocated an American employee to an office in Malta, where he will oversee European operations. QuiBids has also worked hard with several native French and German speakers to translate the site for its respective audiences. "Our long-term vision is to launch QuiBids in every country on the continent," said Beckham. "But we won't just open shop in a country without first establishing the infrastructure to take care of our customers there."
Globalized partnerships will help QuiBids start business in Europe. "We have presence in over 20 countries in Europe and our brand is well known throughout the continent of EU," said Kalorik's vice president, Uri Murad. "We believe that globalized partnership will help QuiBids as well as Kalorik in continuing the growth within those countries and create the awareness for bidders and shoppers alike when presenting products in those territories."
QuiBids launched in October of 2009 and has expanded with their improved internet auction model. QuiBids live auctions are more exciting, reliable and safer than other online auction websites. QuiBids is not a scam and takes the steps necessary to be the leader in its industry. They have undergone a third party controls audit to verify their internal business operations.
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