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Dick Smith partners with Trade Me to reach more Kiwis

12 Dec 14

Dick Smith has partnered with Trade Me to launch the Dick Smith Trade Me store at http://www.trademe.co.nz/stores/dicksmith.

Trade Me, the New Zealand online marketplace, has more than 3.5 million members, and Dick Smith says this is part of its growth strategy.

“The Dick Smith Trade Me store complements our omni-channel platform in New Zealand, with customers already able to buy from 61 physical stores and the dicksmith.co.nz transactional website,” says Neil Merola, Dick Smith, director of marketing.

“Dick Smith customers now have another convenient platform for purchasing their favourite technology products, with Trade Me members now able to buy our comprehensive range of computers, phones, accessories, TVs and gaming directly from Dick Smith through their existing Trade Me account,” he says.

Georgina McGowan, Trade Me, head of supply, says the partnership is good news for existing Trade Me members.

““The Dick Smith team really know their stuff when it comes to selling tech products and we’re excited to be working with an iconic brand to deliver their broad range of products to our members at great prices,” she says.

“We see the combination of our broad audience and Dick Smith’s trusted range of top quality tech gadgets working very well,” says McGowan.

As part of the launch of the new site, Dick Smith is offering Trade Me Members 15% off a range of products until Sunday 14 December.

Merola says Dick Smith will continue to offer exclusive deals through Trade Me.

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