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Shopify Markets

Are you looking to expand your business globally but don’t know where to start?

This is the perfect place to begin.

Using Shopify and handling all your operations from a single store can be a fantastic start for an entrepreneur like you.

Shopify helps you sell your products to people all over the globe.


That’s when Shopify Markets come into the picture!

With Shopify Markets, you can set up your online store to support different languages, set prices for other regions, and create specific website sections for each market. This makes it easier for international customers to shop, helping businesses grow globally.

This guide shows how you can make your stores work well for customers globally.

What is Shopify Markets?

What is Shopify Markets

Shopify Markets is a tool that simplifies the process of selling products internationally.

Yes, it’s a dream come true!

It allows you to identify potential markets, set them up, launch your products, and manage global sales from one location.

Shopify Markets offers various features designed to support international selling.

What Can You Do With Shopify Markets?

What are Shopify Markets

In Shopify, a market is a group of one or more regions where a business wants to sell its products. Each business has one primary market and can have up to 50 markets activated where you can sell your products at the same time, in which you can potentially target over 200 different regions globally, allowing for extensive international reach.

If your business has teams worldwide managing their local markets, you can operate multiple stores, each handling transactions and payments in different currencies.

You can create different shopping experiences for each market based on their needs. If your store sells products in a region, that region is part of one of your store’s active markets.

Customers can’t choose a shipping address outside these markets when they check out.

Businesses group regions into markets based on their needs, but customers should only see and be asked about the actual regions where a business sells.

For example, customers only need to know that the business sells in Canada; they don’t need to know which part of Canada.

Shopify Markets lets you customize your store’s looks and works for different countries or regions. You can set specific settings for each market. A market can be just one country or a group of countries.

Single-Country Markets: These are used to target a specific country.
Multiple-Country Markets: These markets group several countries together.

For instance, you can create a market for Western Europe that includes Germany, the United Kingdom, and France with one set of settings. If you want different settings just for Canada, you can create a separate market for Canada.

How Does It Work?

When you first set up your Shopify store, it automatically creates three types of markets for you;

  1. Primary Market
    • This is your main selling region, usually based on your store’s currency and address.
    • It can only contain one country or region.
    • All changes to your store, like product prices, affect this market by default.
    • You can change your primary market to a different country or region if needed.
    Primary Market in Shopify
    Market Setting in Shopify
  2. International Market
    • It is created automatically and includes a list of popular countries to sell to.
    • It is inactive by default but can be activated to sell in these countries.
  3. Countries You Don’t Sell To
    • This includes all regions where you don’t currently sell.
    • Customers from these countries can view your store but can’t check out.

The number of markets you can have depends on your Shopify subscription plan.

If you reach the limit, consider combining countries with similar strategies into fewer markets or upgrading your plan. Using an external system like Global-e, you can create more markets using the Markets API.

Shopify also suggests markets based on similar businesses’ success in different regions, helping you target potential growth areas.

Shopify Markets Pricing, Benefits, and Its Features

Is Shopify Markets free?

Most wanted question waiting to be answered!

That will be mentioned in the blog; before that, you should know how many markets you can create based on your Shopify Plan.

The number of markets you can create depends on your Shopify plan;

Shopify Starter3 markets
Basic Shopify3 markets
Shopify3 markets
Advanced Shopify3 markets included, up to 50 max
Shopify Plus50 markets

But the core features you get access to are already available in your admin, and they’re free — with any Shopify plan you have.

Let’s look at what Shopify Markets offers and how you can benefit from it.

What Features Will I Get With My Shopify Plan?

Let’s go through what Shopify Markets have to offer;

Market-specific themes

You can customize the look and feel of your store for each market you target. Use the theme editor to create unique experiences customized to different regions or your customer preferences.

Translate & Adapt

You have Shopify’s translate & adapt app to modify the content of your stores for each market where you operate. This helps you effectively communicate with your customers in their preferred language and adapt content to local preferences.

Translate and Adapt Languages of Different Regions

Domains & Subfolders

You can establish custom domains (like ‘.ca’ for Canada) or subfolders (such as ‘yourstore.com/in’ – for India) to create localized URLs for each market. Utilizing this feature enhances the SEO and provides a more localized browsing experience.

This is only possible for Shopify Plus stores, where domain customization allows URL changes for different languages, enabling marketing efforts to be customized to each market in their native language.

Pricing by Market

You can set specific product prices personalized to each market’s economic conditions and business strategy. This flexibility allows you to optimize pricing strategies for different regions.

Pricing by Market in Shopify

Personalized Recommendations

Shopify Markets provides best practices and customized suggestions for optimizing your store in each market. This feature helps you implement effective strategies and improve performance based on market-specific insights.

Personalized Recommendations

Localized Address Forms

It allows you to adapt your checkout process to meet regional requirements, reducing abandoned carts by providing a seamless purchasing experience that aligns with local address formats and expectations.

Market-Specific Product Catalogs

You can choose which products from your inventory are available in different markets. This capability lets you control product availability based on local demand and regulations.

Market-Specific Product Catalogs

Multi-Market Dashboard

The best thing ever — is that you can manage all these markets worldwide from your single Shopify store admin. This centralized dashboard simplifies operations and allows you to oversee international sales efficiently.

Isn’t it like a dream?

With Shopify Markets, expanding your store to any corner of the world is as easy as snapping your fingers!

Of course, you might wonder, ‘What do I get amidst all these?’

Benefits of Using Shopify Markets

Ah, the best part — how do you benefit from all these core features Markets offers?

Well, you get;

  • A simplified platform for global expansion
  • A better customer experience
  • More sales and increased conversion rates
  • Improved efficiency of your global operations
  • More growth and market opportunities
  • A boost in customer satisfaction & loyalty
  • Efficient way to sell in multiple regions from a single store without any extra configurations.
  • To implement different product strategies by regional preferences and economic conditions.

What else do you need when you have all these perks?

Now, looking at the pricing model of Shopify Markets;

  • How does it work?
  • Does it really have no extra costs?
  • Is it free? — the most awaited question!

Shopify Markets Pricing

Shopify Markets is available by default in all Shopify plans, as previously mentioned. Unlike specific pricing plans, Shopify Markets’ costs are dependent on your Shopify plan and are charged per transaction.

4.2% average rate per international transaction for standard consumer cards

When you use Shopify Payments to accept payments from international customers using regular credit cards, Shopify charges an average fee of 4.2%. This fee, which covers the cost of processing these transactions across different countries, is not only a cost-effective solution for your international sales needs, but also a reassurance that your business can expand globally without breaking the bank.

When you use Shopify Payments to accept international payments, the fees for using local payment methods in different countries are already included. This means you can accept payments through popular local methods like Alipay or iDEAL without the worry of additional charges, providing a convenient and seamless experience for both you and your customers.

Other charges include — a 2.35% transaction fee (0.85% per transaction for duties & import taxes and 1.5% per transaction for Currency conversion).

Shopify charges a 0.85% fee on orders where it calculates and collects duties and taxes during checkout. This feature helps manage international shipping and customs charges smoothly for Advanced and Shopify Plus plan users.

Shopify adds a 1.5% fee to the product prices shown to customers to cover currency conversion costs when selling internationally. This fee ensures customers see the final price upfront at checkout without unexpected credit card charges for currency exchange.

These fees are designed with your business in mind, aiming to simplify selling globally with Shopify. They are committed to transparent pricing, ensuring you know exactly what you’re paying for, and can plan your international sales strategy with confidence.

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Shopify Markets features do not cover the following;

  • Exclusive shipping rates
  • Local tax compliance
  • Fraud protection
  • Duties setup and labels
  • Guaranteed duties
  • Automatic duties remittance
  • Pre-customs clearance
  • Local acquiring
  • Restrictions management for international sales

For a comprehensive package that includes these features, we have Shopify Markets PRO, which will be covered in the upcoming blog.

Setting Up Shopify Markets

Setting up Shopify Markets is straightforward for Shopify merchants.

And if you’re a newbie and still exploring, we’ve simplified the process for you.

If you wish to add a market;

  • Go to Settings > Markets.
    Setting Up Shopify Markets
    Markets under Shopify Settings
  • Click Add Market.
    Adding a Market to Shopify
  • Name your market.
  • Select countries/regions you would like to include.
  • Click Add Market and Save.
Add a Market and Save

As your international sales strategy evolves, you can also include new countries or regions in an existing market.

For instance, if your current market includes Denmark and Sweden, but you decide to start selling in Finland as well, you can add Finland to your existing market.

Here’s how you can do it;

  • Go to Settings > Markets in your Shopify admin.
  • Click on the market where you want to add a country or region.
  • Click Edit, then go to the Countries/regions section and click Edit again.
  • Search for the country or region (e.g., Finland) and tick the box next to its name.
  • Lastly, click Save.

If you no longer wish to sell in a particular country or region within an existing market, you can remove it.

For instance, if your European market includes Poland, Switzerland, and Austria, but you decide to stop selling in Poland due to lower-than-expected sales, you can remove Poland from the market.

Here’s how you can do it;

  • Go to Settings > Markets in your Shopify admin.
  • Select the market from which you want to remove a country or region.
  • Click Edit, then go to the Countries/regions section and click Edit again.
  • Find the country/region you want to remove (e.g., Poland), uncheck the box next to it.
  • Click Save.

Removed countries or regions are automatically moved to the Countries/regions you don’t sell to the list, where customers from those regions cannot complete purchases.

Suppose you want to focus on a specific country or region separately after removing it from an existing market (e.g., creating a dedicated market for Germany after removing it from a broader European Union market). In that case, you can create a new market.

Here’s how you can do it;

  • Go to Settings > Markets in your Shopify admin.
  • Select the market from which you want to remove a country or region.
  • Click Edit, then go to the Countries/regions section and click Edit again.
  • Uncheck the box next to the country or region you want to remove (e.g., Germany).
  • Click Save to remove it from the current market.
  • Then, create a new market specifically for that country or region.

But what’s the catch?

There might be something that I’m missing.

Yes, of course! As for the mentioned features, pricing model, and benefits of Shopify Markets, there ought to be some limitations you need to be aware of.

Let’s dive into that!

Few Limitations of Shopify Markets

Obviously, things have limitations, and so do Shopify Markets.

  • Shopify Markets displays prices in multiple currencies but lacks automatic redirection based on customer location and real-time exchange rates for currency conversions.

    For instance, if a store is set up in Danish Krone (DKK) and Danish language, customers from Sweden will see prices in DKK by default. They must manually select Swedish Krona (SEK) or switch to Swedish language if available.

    Using third-party apps may be necessary to automate currency and language redirection based on customer location.

  • In terms of centralized management, Shopify Markets provides basic tools for handling multiple markets from one dashboard. While it allows for overseeing product listings, orders, and customer information across different regions, these tools may be less comprehensive compared to higher-tier plans like Shopify Markets Pro.
  • Merchants are limited to integrating and customizing local payment methods that are supported by Shopify’s basic features.

    For example, you are selling products in Europe through Shopify Markets. While your customers in Germany and France can see prices in Euros, the payment methods might be limited to credit cards and PayPal. Suppose a customer prefers to use a local payment method like Giropay (Germany) or Carte Bancaire (France). In that case, they might not have that option, leading to abandoned carts.

    Advanced customization or integration may require using third-party apps.

  • While it supports basic domestic and international shipping needs, Shopify Markets may not offer enhanced integration with global carriers that provide faster and more reliable shipping options available in Shopify Markets Pro.
  • Though it offers basic marketing tools to support general campaigns and promotions, these tools may include only standard features.

    For example, If a customer abandons their cart, Shopify Markets might notify the merchant that an abandonment occurred. Still, it may not provide specific details, like whether the customer was from a particular country or city or the factors that led to the abandonment (e.g., shipping costs, payment issues).

  • Shopify Markets provides basic analytics tools that offer fundamental insights into sales performance across different markets but may need more in-depth details on international sales trends and customer behavior.
  • Shopify Markets restricts report customization options, limiting merchants’ ability to track and analyze detailed metrics relevant to their international sales strategies.

Shopify Markets often requires merchants to use multiple third-party apps to extend its functionality beyond basic features.

That’s where Shopify Markets Pro comes into play, solving all these limitations.

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What is Shopify Markets Pro?

What is Shopify Markets Pro

Shopify Markets Pro is an advanced version of Shopify Markets.

It makes it easier to sell products in international markets. It reduces the complications involved in cross-border selling by handling local regulations, taxes, duties, international shipping, and localization.

These extra features are powered by Global-e, making it easier to grow and optimize your international sales directly from your Shopify admin dashboard.

When you use Shopify Markets Pro, Global-e takes over. This means Global-e legally handles all the tough stuff.

With Global-e managing your international sales, they handle;

  • Registering and remitting local taxes
  • Accepting local payment methods
  • Managing duties and import taxes

You don’t need to worry about setting up tax registrations or compliance in the countries you sell to; Global-e handles it for you.

Without this service, you would need to handle these responsibilities yourself.

What makes a merchant eligible for Shopify Markets Pro?

  • Markets Pro is available only to merchants whose business is registered in the United States.
  • Your store must have an online store on the Shopify Plus.

How Does It Work?

  • When an international order is placed, Global-e processes the transaction and holds the money.
  • It takes care of remitting taxes and duties.
  • You then receive the remaining money after these costs are covered.
  • Payouts are combined and made in USD.
  • They are sent to your bank account on the 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd of each month.
  • And you only receive payouts for orders that have been fulfilled.

If you activate checkout extensibility, your international customers can use Shop Pay for faster checkout, making the process smoother and increasing sales.

One more thing to note is —

Shopify Markets Pro lets you offer more local payment methods to customers in different countries. This makes it effortless for customers to buy your products using payment options they are familiar with in their currency.

If you’re selling products to customers in the Netherlands, they can pay using iDEAL in Euros (EUR).

Shopify Markets Pro is constantly adding new local payment methods. This means more options will become available over time, making it even easier for international customers to purchase.

To see which local payment methods are currently available, as well as their geographic coverage and supported currencies, you can check the local payments with Market Pro.

By using Shopify Markets Pro, you can focus on developing your business without worrying about the complexities of international sales. Global-e handles all the legal and logistical challenges, making selling to customers worldwide easier.

Shopify Markets Pro Pricing, Benefits, and Features

Since it’s an advanced service, it might come with higher pricing.

Is that what you’re thinking?

Yes, absolutely correct!

But here’s something truly unique that only Markets Pro offers, setting it apart from other services.

Shopify Markets Pro provides fraud checks and chargeback protection for orders, ensuring a level of security for merchants.

Well, there’s more to it than that.

Shopify Markets Pro Pricing

Shopify Markets Pro charges a 6.5% transaction fee per sale, which includes payment processing and a 2.5% currency conversion fee for handling international transactions.

How? Here’s how it works;

When you make a sale through Shopify Markets Pro, there is a transaction fee of 6.5%.
It covers the cost of processing the payment from your customer.

For international sales where customers pay in a different currency than your store’s default currency (USD), there is a conversion fee of 2.5%. This fee ensures that the amount you receive in your currency is adjusted correctly from the customer’s currency.

For example, if you sell a product for $100 to a customer in another country where their currency differs (say EUR), Shopify will convert the $100 USD to EUR at a certain rate. This ensures that this conversion process is covered.

The 2.5% currency conversion fee is calculated using a specific formula (2.5% / (1 – 2.5%)), resulting in a slight difference from the base product price.

You also have the flexibility to adjust your product prices for different international markets based on your preferences. This adjustment can help you account for other countries’ costs and market conditions.

Benefits of Using Shopify Markets Pro

The main perk of Markets Pro is that Global-e manages local tax registrations, remits taxes, accepts local payment methods and handles duties and import taxes for you.

  • Ensures your products comply with local laws and restrict products as needed.
  • Provides a guaranteed currency conversion rate for refunds within 30 days.
  • Ensures the duty and tax amounts shown at checkout are accurate.
  • Automatically reviews orders for fraud and offers chargeback protection.
  • Validates customer addresses at checkout to ensure accuracy.
  • Supports local payment methods and prepaid duties to increase conversion rates.
  • Offers delivered duty paid (DDP) shipping to avoid customer surprise fees, which can improve cart conversion.

Isn’t it impressive how super-advanced Markets Pro is?

It offers a range of accurate and advanced features that exceed expectations.

So, let’s cut to the chase.

Key Features of Shopify Markets Pro

Let’s look at some features that Markets Pro offer;

  • Automatically converts prices to local currencies based on real-time exchange rates, ensuring accurate pricing.
  • Advanced tools for setting specific prices tailored to different regions, improving pricing strategies.
  • Built-in support for multi-language websites that automatically adjust language and currency based on visitor location.
  • Comprehensive features streamline inventory, orders, and customer service across global markets.
  • Automatically calculates duties and taxes at checkout, ensuring compliance and reducing manual effort.
  • Enhanced integration with global carriers provides faster and more reliable shipping options.
  • Advanced tools for market-specific campaigns, targeted abandoned cart emails, and seamless integration with marketing tools.
  • Extensive capabilities for creating localized online stores to enhance customer engagement.
  • Detailed reports on international sales performance, providing deeper insights into market trends.
  • Extensive options for customizing reports to track key metrics and optimize business strategies.
  • Robust API access for greater customization and extension of store functionalities.
  • Shopify Markets Pro checks every order for fraud and provides chargeback protection.

—all aimed at boosting sales, improving customer satisfaction, and streamlining operations across international markets.

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Starting with Shopify Markets Pro

You’re still here, which means you’re interested in upgrading your Shopify Market.

Before you make the switch to Pro, it’s important to review its requirements and considerations.

Requirements For Using Markets Pro

  • Your business must be in the continental United States, excluding territories like Puerto Rico and Guam.
  • You must use Shopify Payments as your payment method.
  • Your products must comply with prohibited or restricted items guidelines.
  • Your products must meet the shipping requirements set by Markets Pro.

Considerations For Using Markets Pro

Before deciding on Shopify Markets Pro, evaluate your business needs and the specific functionalities you require;

  • Assess features like automatic currency conversion, advanced pricing strategies, multi-language support, and comprehensive management tools for multiple markets.
  • Consider the investment in Shopify Plus (including Markets Pro) against the benefits it offers. Ensure the features align with your business goals and justify the cost.
  • Shopify Markets Pro is ideal for businesses;
    • Operating across multiple countries and sales channels.
    • With high transaction volumes, wholesale operations, or extensive international presence.
    • Needing to manage both D2C and B2B sales seamlessly on one platform.
  • Things you need to know;
    • Markets Pro does not support redirects during checkout.
    • Subscriptions are not supported; they only work for domestic orders.
    • Shop Pay is supported, but other accelerated checkout options are not.
    • Markets Pro and the Global-e app cannot be used simultaneously as they are incompatible.
    • Customers’ phone numbers are required for Markets Pro orders and are collected at checkout.
    • Markets Pro may not work in some countries; check the list of incompatible countries for details.
    • Prepaid duties are required for orders to the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, Norway, and European Union countries.
    • For other regions, duty collection can be turned on or off, but turning it off means duties are not guaranteed.
    • Markets Pro is not compatible with Shopify Collabs.

These requirements and considerations ensure you understand what is needed and what to expect when using Shopify Markets Pro for international sales.

Setting Up Shopify Markets Pro

If you fulfil the requirements, you can effortlessly upgrade to Shopify Markets Pro directly from your Shopify admin.

Before upgrading, it’s important to understand the changes that will happen to your online store. Here’s what you need to know;

Store Changes:

  • Product prices are adjusted to include a currency conversion fee.
  • Your payment gateway switches to the Markets Pro gateway for international orders.
  • Your product catalog is categorized with Harmonized System (HS) codes and adjusted based on country-specific restrictions.

Checkout Changes:

  • Local payment methods are added.
  • Duties are calculated and collected during checkout.
  • Customers’ phone numbers are required for Markets Pro orders.
  • DHL and UPS shipping options with prepaid duties are available at checkout.
  • A disclaimer is added to checkout stating that Global-e acts as the merchant of record for international orders.

Market Changes:

  • Markets are set up for international regions where you sell.
  • Incompatible countries and currencies switch to USD.

Online Store Changes:

  • Your store accepts payments in 136 currencies.
  • Automatic domain redirection is activated to provide the best international shopping experience.
  • Fraud checks are conducted on all international orders.


  • Payouts are received in USD on specific dates each month.
  • Markets Pro shipping labels are handled separately in payouts.
  • Global-e becomes the merchant of record for all international orders.

Here’s how to Upgrade to Markets Pro;

  • Go to Settings and click Markets in your Shopify admin.
  • Click Upgrade to Markets Pro.
  • Review and optionally manage Markets Pro shipping rates.
  • Choose to upgrade automatically or manually after your store review.
  • Accept the Terms of Service.
  • Click Submit.

After upgrading, your store will undergo a review, which can take up to five business days. Once reviewed, you’ll see a list of any products that may be restricted for sale on Markets Pro.

If you opted for a manual upgrade,

  • Go to Settings.
  • Navigate to Markets.
  • Click Turn on after the review completes.

After upgrading, you can configure your Markets Pro and store settings.

If you stop using Markets Pro for your international orders, you can turn it off in your Shopify store. There are also some considerations for turning off Markets Pro you need to check out!

Shopify Markets vs. Shopify Markets Pro Summary Comparison

AspectsFeaturesShopify MarketsShopify Markets Pro
Simplified Global ExpansionMulti-Currency SupportSupports multiple currenciesAutomatic currency conversion based on real-time exchange rates
RedirectionThird-party apps for automatic redirectionRedirects automatically based on geolocation
Localized PricingBasic functionality for localized pricingAdvanced tools for setting specific prices
Multi-Language CapabilitiesSupports multiple languages & does not redirect based on geolocation.Built-in multi-language support & native currency and language based on location.
Enhanced Operational EfficiencyCentralized ManagementBasic management tools for handling multiple markets from one dashboard.Comprehensive management features, streamlining inventory, orders, and customer service across different regions.
Automated Duties and TaxesRequires manual calculation or third-party apps for duties and taxes.Fully automated duties and taxes calculation at checkout, ensuring compliance and reducing administrative tasks.
Improved Customer ExperienceLocalized CheckoutBasic localized checkout optionsAdvanced checkout tailored to local preferences, including support for local payment methods and currencies.
Faster ShippingStandard shipping integrationsEnhanced integration with global carriers, providing faster and more reliable shipping options.
Increased Sales and Conversion RatesOptimized MarketingBasic marketing toolsAdvanced tools for market-specific campaigns, improving engagement and conversions.

Abandon cart emails can be targeted based on the country

Integrates with Marketing tools like klaviyo via API and can work on high level, complex and custom marketing flows

Global Reach with Local TouchLimited localization capabilitiesExtensive options for creating localized online stores, enhancing customer engagement.
Advanced Analytics and ReportingMarket InsightsBasic analyticsDetailed insights and reports on international sales performance.
Customizable ReportsLimited customization of reportsExtensive options for customizable reports, allowing better tracking of key metrics.
Integration with Existing SystemsSeamless IntegrationBasic integrations with third-party toolsExtensive integration capabilities, ensuring smooth transitions and consistent operations.
API AccessLimited API accessRobust API access, allowing for greater customization and extension of store functionalities.
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Real Use-Cases of Shopify Markets & Markets Pro

By now, any confusion should be cleared up.

It’s time to decide what’s best for your business and future goals.

Both Shopify Markets and Shopify Markets Pro offer powerful tools to expand your business into international markets.

Deciding which one is right for you depends on your business needs and future goals. Shopify Markets is ideal if you’re new to international selling and want to keep things simple. Shopify Markets Pro is better suited for larger businesses seeking a comprehensive solution to streamline global sales.

We know that expanding internationally can be challenging. Managing different currencies, local regulations, and shipping logistics is a lot to handle.

That’s where having the right tools makes a significant difference. We’ve seen firsthand how these tools can help businesses grow, as we’ve leveraged them for clients like Markslöjd, and Petlux, and Globe Trotter.

Markslojd is a leading company in the lighting industry, founded in 1963. They specialize in providing high-quality lighting solutions for both home and public environments. Committed to sustainability, Markslojd operates a central warehouse in Sweden and production facilities in Asia, serving a global market. They are known for their innovative and reliable lighting products, catering to various international markets including Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Germany.
You can explore their offerings here.

MarksLojd eCommerce Store

We have leveraged Shopify Markets for them under the Advanced Shopify Plan. The markets Markslöjd targets are Denmark (DKK), Finland (EUR), Germany (EUR), and Sweden (SEK).

Petlux is an online store specializing in luxury pet products for dogs and cats. It offers high-quality items, including food, accessories, toys, grooming products, and more, to provide the best for pets. The store focuses on premium brands and aims to cater to the European market with top-notch pet care solutions.

You can explore their offerings at Petlux.

Petlux eCommerce Store

Petlux operates on Shopify Plus with a single admin panel for multiple storefronts, showing the platform’s flexibility and targeting markets in the European Union (petlux.eu) based in Sweden (https://petlux.se/) and Denmark (https://petlux.se/) with the use of Shopify Markets Pro.

With Huptech Web, you can confidently expand your business, optimize your operations, and acquire growth goals in international markets. We provide personalized support and strategic advice to help your business succeed globally.

Remember, you’re not alone in this journey. With the proper setup, expanding your business internationally can become more manageable and rewarding.

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Rishi Thakker

Rishi Thakker

Rishi Thakker is the founder and CEO of Huptech Web, an eCommerce development and marketing firm that helps companies attract visitors, convert leads, and close customers. His unique writing tips give startups and well-known brands a palpable action plan full of innovation unmatched.

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