Retail Revival

Retail Revival

We believe one of the most meaningful ways we can make an impact is by empowering small businesses. We are driven to help local retailers use the power of technology and the global marketplace to keep their doors open, hire from their communities, live where they work, and continue to enliven their local economy.

Our innovative Retail Revival program helps train local business owners to sell their unique inventory in a global marketplace, while strengthening ties within their local business community.

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eBay’s Retail Revival Expands to Canada
eBay, together with the Halifax Regional Municipality, announced the launch of Retail Revival, a program designed to help small and medium-sized retailers harness the power of ecommerce and global trade. This eBay program, the first of its kind in Canada, is supported by all three levels of government...
Jan 25, 2019 1:45 PM ET
Can a Legacy E-commerce Brand Help Revive Brick-and-mortar Retail?
When childhood friends Preston Clark and Frank Miller III started Seventh Floor Clothing in Akron, Ohio, in 2016, the new entrepreneurs quickly gained a boost from a hometown hero. One of the streetwear brand’s first products, a “Kiss the Trophy” hat hyping the championship chances of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, was promoted on Instagram by none other than LeBron James. The small...
Jan 22, 2019 10:30 AM ET
Wolverhampton Businesses Reach £1M in Sales with eBay UK Retail Revival Program
Just two short months ago local Wolverhampton businesses joined eBay for the first UK Retail Revival training event at the iconic Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton. Today, the 64 businesses participating in the program have reached £1M in sales on eBay, representing a 41% increase in sales for these businesses. “As a...
Jan 15, 2019 2:00 PM ET
eBay Revitalizing Main Street by Helping Small Businesses Thrive Locally and Sell Globally
By Chris Librie Small businesses are the biggest generator of jobs in America, making up nearly half of all private sector employment. Yet many of those small businesses have been locked into local—and sometimes depressed—markets. Nearly 75 percent of small businesses don’t have any e-commerce presence, and...
Oct 19, 2018 8:25 AM ET
How Online Commerce Can Help Fight Inequality
This article is part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Inequalities between citizens of the same country are becoming a greater political concern. Although income inequality between countries has dropped over the last two decades, discrepancies between regions...
Oct 4, 2018 11:25 AM ET

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