Already have an eshop for European market on another platform but find Shopify better for my case.
Right now I'm trying to figure out the Shopify configuration I need to do to set up shop sales from the US and from Europe under the same roof.
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I assume it isn't very complicated and only is about creating two different channels but I cannot find any info about it, probably because I don't know the right terminology ;)
Thank you for your help
Shopify actually already has the functionality you're looking for built into their systems. If you click on the Settings Button near the bottom of your admin panel it will take you to more advanced options to setup your store. From there you can click on the Shipping and Taxes buttons respectively to set them up the way you want. You should start by setting up the shipping first, as it feeds data into the taxes section which will help you when you input that information.
Good luck with the store!
Thank you Jesse, I looked into this but couldn't really find how to set it up.
I have two different shipping addresses, one in the states and one in Europe. It also means I have two different companies, i.e. the European company with its own bank account and shipping address selling to European customers and the US company with its own bank account and shipping address selling to US customers. I probably just missed something here but could you guide me to where I set up the different companies from the common admin interface?
Really appreciate your help!
I am looking for the same exact configuration:
A shoe company in US and Europe; each has their own bank account, separate email, and separate shipping info. I'm hoping for one online store where American customers can order shoes and the American supplier will receive the order and ship within America, while an European customer will go to the same exact website and the European supplier will receive the order and ship within Europe. All the products are the same no matter what country, shipping info will change depending on location (obviously).
I'm curious what your final desision was? Did you have to make two separate websites?