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Bax-shop satisfied with British sales, seeks further expansion

Bax-shop satisfied with British sales, seeks further expansion

Dutch music web shop Bax-shop is extremely satisfied with the results of its web shop in the United Kingdom and will now open another three web shops in an additional three countries.

Local feeling

Bax-shop currently has online stores in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany and the United Kingdom, but the company wants to add another three countries to that list, namely Spain, Italy and Sweden.  The store is mostly known for its musical instruments and DJ equipment.


Thanks to its own platform, Paradise, Bax-shop is able to quickly create and launch new web shops in new markets. The logistics are still taken care of by its main office in Goes (the Netherlands).

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