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Selling on the Qoo10 online marketplace

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Selling on the Qoo10 online marketplace

Getting started Qoo10

Qoo10, formerly known as Gmarket is an established online marketplace in Singapore and wider South East Asia. it has around 6.7 million buyers each month.

Applying to become a seller and setting up an online store is a straight forward process. However, some sellers report that it can take some time to get used to selling on the marketplace.

Qoo10 offer Qoo10 buyer discount coupons. Qoo10 Q-cash is their virtual currency and can be used by sellers to purchase additional advertising and promotional services.

As a seller on Qoo10, you are responsible for your own shipping and logistics as Qoo10 do not offer fulfilment services.

Therefore, it may be worth investing in a local import partner who can fulfil orders bought on Qoo10.


Qoo10 is a business-to-consumer (B2C) market place, selling to customers in South East Asia.


You can sell on Qoo10 if your business is in one or more of the following sectors:

  • Textiles
  • Apparel
  • Technology
  • Food and drink
  • Sports
  • Electronics
  • Health and beauty
  • Children’s items
  • A place to buy everything

Subscriptions and fees

There is no item listing fee. Qoo10 only charge commission on items sold and the rates are dependent on the seller grade (Power, Good, Normal) and the item price.

  • Power: 7-9% of Total Transaction Amount
  • Good: 8-10% of Total Transaction Amount
  • Normal: 10-12% of Total Transaction Amount

Contact us

Get in touch with our trade advisers who can help you sell on international online marketplaces.


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