B2B-Center

B2B-Center, is the largest operator of an online procurement marketplace in Russia. B2B-Center enables its business clients to list and sell, or find and procure, products and services, and thus extend sales channels for suppliers while improving efficiency in supply chain procurement. Daily trading volumes on B2B-Center are between USD $70-300 million with average transaction sizes of approximately USD $700,000. Today, more than 80% of the business sector's electronic trading in Russia occurs with the help of B2B-Center and approximately 90,000 clients participate in the marketplace from nearly 80 countries.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Moskva, RU
Founded
2002
Size (employees)
132 (est)
B2B-Center was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Moskva, RU

B2B-Center Office Locations

B2B-Center has offices in Moskva, Minsk, Kyiv and Istanbul
Moskva, RU (HQ)
18 корпус 22 3-ya Rybinskaya ul.
Istanbul, TR
Esentepe Mahallesi Emekli Subay Evleri Muzaffer Tuğsavul sokak 57. Blok No:4, Şişli
Kyiv, UA
34 Khreschatyk St
Minsk, BY
10/2 vulica Biruzova

B2B-Center Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2002

Total Funding

$101 m

Latest funding size

$46 m

Time since last funding

over 4 years

Investors

B2B-Center's latest funding round in April 2013 was reported to be $46 m. In total, B2B-Center has raised $101 m

Traffic Overview of B2B-Center

B2B-Center Online and Social Media Presence

B2B-Center News and Updates

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