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SendMeBox is a service which will attempt to simplify the process of buying online for Russian-speaking people by offering a Russian-language catalog with products from foreign online stores. This service has yet to go live, but claims to offer access to 50,000 stores and 100 million goods. According to co-founder Stanislav Meshcheryakov, the goal is to provide Russian buyers with a unified catalog of goods, from which they will be able to select products, stores, and means of delivery.
The team at Russian online retailer Newmans are the developers of this new service. According to the announcement made by the Moscow Seed Fund, negotiations are currently underway with logistics, delivery, and transportation companies and that the team behind this project is currently working to create partnerships with foreign online retailers. Mescheryakov says that the service will be available to the public within the next few months. Unfortunately, there’s not a great deal of information about the final product at this time.
Prior to SendMeBox, we’ve written about the Moscow Seed Fund when they joined Softline Venture Partners to invest $400,000 (€312,700) in ad-management service ContextBroker and when they made their first investment, an undisclosed amount to distance-learning company TeachBase.
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