Wildberries is considering the possibility of entering the Turkmen market

The Russian marketplace Wildberries is exploring the possibility of entering the Turkmenistan market. This was reported by the RIA Novosti news agency with reference to an interview with the company’s founder Tatyana Bakalchuk.

In her interview with RIA Novosti, Bakalchuk added that the company is eyeing Tajikistan, the UAE and the Gulf states, and negotiations are already underway with a number of countries.

“We understand that in order to continue to maintain growth, we need to expand our geographic footprint. We look first of all at all the countries with which we border. Now we are looking at the CIS countries, for example, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan,” she explained.

According to Bakalchuk, the company is now trying to establish logistics in Azerbaijan.

The founder of the company noted that in May last year at the “Russia – Islamic World” forum, representatives of the Middle East and many expressed their interest in Wildberries coming to their markets.

Founded in 2004, Wildberries operates in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia and Uzbekistan. The Wildberries website presents collections of women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes, as well as household and sports goods.

You can also read about it in Business Turkmenistan website.


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