Yapo.cl is a safe and free trading site for Chileans who want to buy and sell anything in a safe and easy way. In Yapo.cl you can find cars, houses, pets, household items and more. Our service is aimed at the people of Chile but our offer also includes local companies that want to advertise their products and services to people.
Ripley.com is a marketplace for SMEs and entrepreneurs who are ready to make the leap to reach the millions of consumers who are in online commerce and retail.
Ikuna is an e-commerce retailer and marketer of handmade products from local producers. It is focused on increasing sales of micro-entrepreneurs.
The Dafiti Group is Latin America's leading online retailer for apparel, shoes, accessories, beauty, and home decor. It has the largest online portfolio in the region, ranging from popular high-street brands to designer labels, as well as exclusive private-label brands. The company has established its own storage, distribution and delivery capabilities, including its own warehouses and transporters, as well as its own customer care services. Since its launch, Dafiti has become one of the most well-known e-commerce companies in Brazil, with almost 90% brand recognition.
Cumplo is an online marketplace. Under the crowfunding model, Cumplo offers funding and investment services and connects small and medium-sized enterprises in need of funding with investors willing to grant it. Cumplo's aim is to deliver a transparent and excellence service with fair rate. Its network consists of about 50,000 registered users on the website, 3,000 investors and 1,000 SMEs.
MercadoLibre is Latin America's most popular e-commerce site by number of visitors.The company has operations in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras Peru, Panama, Portugal, Uruguay and Venezuela.
With a history that spans 125 years and a trademark customer-centric culture, the Falabella Group has become one of the leading retail companies in Latin America, with operations in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and, shortly, in Uruguay. Based on a strategy that balances growth, profitability and sustainability, the Falabella Group is organized in five business divisions: Department Stores, Home Improvement, Supermarkets, Financial Services and Real Estate. The Group has 440 stores, 38 shopping centers and 207 bank branches which reach millions of customers across the region, offering them a wide range of products and services in each of its business divisions. Falabella is also one of the leading ecommerce operators in Latin America, thanks to its online platform and "virtual stores".