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Online shipping platform that connect online sellers with courier companies via single API

VP of Channel Partnership

$6k – $12k • 1.0% – 10.0%
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BD, Channel Partnerships

Are you ready to be part of the growing startup team? Act now and contact me.
You can have a look by register in our website: web2ship.com
competitors:
1. shipstation.com
2. goshippo.com
3. parcelmonkey.co.uk
4. easyparcel.my
5. shipwire.com

We are graduate from Magic Accelerator (Malaysia), Lair East Lab Accelerator (US) and Masschallenge Accelerator (US).

we have about 5000 registered users and revenues.

Successful candidates will be required to come and meet with our team in Shanghai on March to June 2019 (3 months). We will cover all your travel/accommodation expenses.

Eligible for some position and location

International travel and short relocation to different countries

Tons of webinar and training opportunity

Web2ship.com at a glance

Online shipping platform that connect online sellers with courier companies via single API

Web2ship.com focuses on E-Commerce, South East Asia, Usa, and Global. Their company has offices in New York City, Singapore, Bangkok, Guangzhou, and Petaling Jaya. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees.

You can view their website at http://www.web2ship.com or find them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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