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Sell-in-all sold Itself for the Top Ten in the Echelon Asia Summit 2015-Singapore




Singapore based company 'Sell-in-All' has been selected as one of the top ten startup companies out of 100 startups from 14 countries which attended the prestigious Echelon Asia Summit 2015. Echelon Asia Summit 2015, the focal point for Asian Technology leaders and businesses,conducted at the main hall of Singapore Expo has placed Sell-in-All within top ten to pitch for the winners.  This grandiose conference was attended by participants from 35 countries.

Sell-in-All team  said -" Our company's selection within the top ten startup companies has been a booster shot in our arms for our untiring efforts to bringout the Sell-in-All software solution. Our innovative software will definetely become one of the most sought after business solution by the world business community".

On a breezy evening after the conference we had a tete a tete with Sell in All founding team  and they explained about their software in layman's language.

Their product will help various businesses which participate in e-market places like EBay, Amazon, etc., in listing out their products at one touch and go.Their inventory of goods will be monitored and maintained by sellinall 24 x 7 all through  the year. This process will allow the business houses to concentrate on their marketing and improving their business by utilising their precious time.

www.sellinall.com is a one stop portal to sell on multiple sites like EBay, Amazon, Facebook, Pinterest, Shopify etc. Their cloud platform can list and synchronize inventory  across all of them.


Sell in all team was singled out as an idea that unanimously intriqued the panel of judges of Echelon 27 Singapore and this has resulted in its selection  as a winner for judges choice award. One of the judges of echelon 27 singapore chapter Mr. Piyush Chaplot, said " Ecommerce in southeast asia is a big deal now.  You have shopping cart and e-fulfillment side sorted out. What is not sorted is actually how to manage channel partnerships. Based on the potential alone I think this (Sell-in-All) idea has a lot of merit".
-MAGIC INIAN -
(magicinian@gmail.com)

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