10 hot e-commerce companies with great domain names



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Although the Internet began to advance in popularity among the general public in 1994, it took another few years to develop the right security protocols (for example, HTTP) and DSL to create the right infrastructure for e-commerce and give birth to pioneers such as Amazon and eBay. Although the dot-com crash in 2000 led to the bankruptcy and closure of many e-commerce companies, the “brick and mortar” retailers recognized the advantages of electronic commerce and began to add such capabilities to their websites. Amazon and Ebay were among the first Internet companies to allow electronic transactions and thanks to the founders of these once startup companies we now have a huge e-commerce sector doing a staggering $1.915 trillion in sales last year with double-digit growth expected to continue through 2020 when sales will top $4 trillion.

Etsy is an e-commerce site and a smartphone application for buying and selling handmade and vintage items.
JD.com is an online Chinese computer, communication, and consumer electronics retailer. It is one of the two largest B2C online retailers in China by transaction volume and revenue, a member of the Fortune Global 500 and a major competitor to Alibaba-run Tmall.
Hong Kong-based Grana is a direct-to-consumer online fashion brand designing wardrobe essentials in-house, using the finest fabrics from around the world, available at honest prices. I did a consulting project at Grana earlier this year when Co-Founder and CEO Luke Grana told me he bought the Grana.com domain name for less than $5,000 Australian dollars a couple of years before starting the business.
Lazada might not ring a bell for European or US readers but the Lazada Group operates Lazada.com which is Southeast Asia’s number one online shopping and selling destination. As of April 2016, Lazada is majority-owned by Alibaba Group.

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