Zyber + Curate
Sell on New Zealand’s curated online marketplace
We’ve teamed up with Curate, the first marketplace in New Zealand to offer a Shopify Sales Channel app. We love what they do and wanted to share with you an offer exclusive to friends of Zyber.
Curate brings together the best fashion, homeware and lifestyle products from around New Zealand into one inspiring, savvy and stylish online shopping community. It’s a great way to enhance your brand’s presence and reach a growing community of shoppers.
Seamless, effortless sales.
- List your products for sale on Curate for free.
- Manage everything through your Shopify admin.
- Automatically keep your products in sync, including inventory – so you don’t need to set aside stock to sell on Curate.
- Receive orders from Curate directly to your Shopify dashboard – ready to be fulfilled as usual.
How do I sell on Curate?
It literally takes less than a minute to get set up:
- Install the Curate Shopify Sales Channel
- Connect (or create) your Curate account to your Shopify account.
- Once approved, you’re ready to start publishing your products to Curate.
- Orders from Curate are sent to your Shopify order dashboard.
- Ship the order as usual.
What does it cost?
Just 12% commission, billed to your Shopify invoice each month.
No set up fees
No ongoing monthly costs
Who else sells on Curate?
Curate has already attracted some of the best big and small online fashion and homeware retailers from around New Zealand, so you know you’ll be in good company…
Sell on Curate with 0% commission for 2 months when you install the Curate Sales Channel by 6 October 2017 – just mention this offer in an email to them and they’ll sort you out.
If you have any questions, the helpful team at Curate are always happy to help via email.
Know someone else who might be interested in this offer? Forward this email to them – the offer is open until 1 October and extends to friends of friends of Zyber
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