Maddocks advises eCommerce company on sale to Amazon
Maddocks has advised the shareholders of Australian eCommerce platform Selz.com Pty Ltd on its sale to global online marketplace giant Amazon.
Selz was founded in 2014 and provides technology for small businesses to operate eCommerce platforms and process online payments. Maddocks has advised Selz through the early stages of funding and partnerships through to the exit in the sale to Amazon.
The financial terms of the deal are confidential.
This transaction is reflective of the considerable activity in the e-commerce industry which has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic and one of a number of matters that Maddocks has advised on in the last few months, including Australian eCommerce company MyDeal.com.au’s successful IPO and ASX listing.
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