How the motorsport marketplace is about to change

Although the motorsport world is extremely advanced, it is miles behind other industries in terms of a digital presence for companies to buy and sell

How the motorsport marketplace is about to change

This could be down to a lack of investment into digital properties or a routine that has yet to be broken.

How can this be changed?

MotorMarket could be the perfect answer. This brand new platform will allow buyers and sellers the opportunity to communicate via the site. Each company will be able to create a profile including a company description, images, videos and product listings all free of charge.

A 24/7 platform will allow companies from all over the world to do business at the same time, this gives the market a bigger scope and allows companies more freedom. MotorMarket is designed for a global audience, working in conjunction with Motorsport.com and the Autosport Media outlets.

Working under the umbrella of the Motorsport Network gives MotorMarket a competitive edge over its rivals. It allows MotorMarket to begin with an already existing company database and site traffic.

At the 2018 Autosport International show, a number of companies said they continue to do business face to face and have yet to venture into any digital platforms.

MotorMarket will allow companies to post as many products as they want with the opportunity to promote any news you have in our news section. Your news piece will allow you to reach a targeted audience directly whilst linking back to your relevant products.

Why should you use MotorMarket?

Although MotorMarket is relatively new, the premise could have huge applications on a global level. Whether you are a multi-national company or small independent business, MotorMarket is the place to be.

Autosport International highlighted the need for a digital takeover with the majority of companies still relying on face to face transactions. This is a lot more expensive and time consuming whereas MotorMarket will allow you to promote and do business from the comfort of your own home.

The thousands of motorsport products that are on offer everyday is staggering, promoting the need for a simple platform that will allow you to post as many products as you want whenever you want.

What does the future hold for MotorMarket?

MotorMarket will undeniably expand at a rapid rate, with the traffic from Autosport and Motorsport.com it will hopefully attract companies to take advantage of our excellent platform.

Although in the developmental stage, MotorMarket has all the hallmarks to be a brilliant website with huge potential. We already have a number of companies that are interested in using our site, this will hopefully snowball into more and more established companies utilising the full potential of the site.

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