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Alarica – new business project in the market of shoes

The fundamental difference of the Alarica platform from the other marketplaces is it’s narrow specialization, payment policy and convenience for manufacturers.

In the world market of shoes and accessories a new business project intended to expend the opportunities of the manufacturing companies has just launched.

It is an international collaborative project of Slovak and Ukrainian business that was made possible by the Free Trade Area Agreement signed by Ukraine and European Union.

Alarica http://alarica.eu — is an international wholesale internet platform, where manufacturers of shoes and accessories place their product models.

At the same time wholesale buyers get an the opportunity to find manufacturers which would meet their demands.

The fundamental difference of the Alarica platform from the other marketplaces is it’s narrow specialization, payment policy and convenience for manufacturers.

The head of of Alarica’s Ukrainian office Vyacheslav Klapchuk says:
“Our team expect Alarica to become an important player on the shoes and accessories market in the nearest future and give each manufacturer an opportunity to significantly expand their customer database. All the more, the borders become more and more symbolic in the modern business world.”

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