Retail.Global
Retail.Global
Token: RGT


Business-As-A-Service Ecommerce Ecosystem

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-04-14
End date:

Registrated in: British Virgin Islands

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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Retail.Global whitepaper
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Retail.Global token sale
KYC passing required No | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries USA, China
Soft cap 2,000,000 USD
Hard cap 20,000,000 USD
Tokens for sale 24,300,000
Token distribution in ICO
60%
60%
Price 1 RGT = 1 USD
Minimal investment 15 USD
Acceppting BTC, ETH, LTC, Fiat
Bonus in ICO
Pre-Sale 40%
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Contents
Abstract
- Retail.Global makes retail global
- How it works
- Mission
Market
Market problems and solutions
- Ecommerce market problems
- Retail.Global solves ecommerce market problems
Retail.Global Ecosystem
Modules of platform
- Marketplaces and token exchange
Description of modules
- Online store
- Supply chain: products & delivery
- Global commerce
- Loyalty rewards program
- Analytics & monitoring
- Omnichannel business
Structure of RG Ecosystem
- Country offices
- Advantages for business users
- Advantages for suppliers of goods, services and service providers
Technology
- Technology stack
- Product interface
Business model
- Commission for platform usage
- Target clients
- Target industries
Use cases
Roadmap
Calculation of investment needed
Tokenization and token sale
Team and current business
References
Risk f...

Abstract
Retail.Global makes retail global
Retail.Global

Blockchain Business-as-a-Service Ecommerce Ecosystem, powering global
sales for retailers and manufacturers with a complete white label online store solution.
Start global sales of brand products easily don’t need infrastructure withall
-in-one interface:
customize shop, turn delivery and payment on, connect warehouses, fulfillment, marketing,
support and loyalty token system.
3 internal marketplaces for services, service providers and products suppliers make it
possible to operate globally and get revenue from different markets.
Currently in Retail.Global: team with 10 years of ecommerce experience, platform and
infrastructure, 10 enterprise clients, $4mln revenue/year and ready-to-scale platform.
Complete list of upcoming platform features:

customizable ecommerce platform:
custom design, functions and integrations
with external databases and services;

global market r...

How it works:

companies make a request
for store opening and choose a management team
from Services Marketplace;

boost your online store
with custom design and top features to increase online
sales;

global sales made easy -
add multi-language interface, 24/7 support, crossborder
delivery and international payment options;

connect online with professionals
from Retail.Global Services Marketplace and
Service Providers to create and support your shop: marketing management,
customer support, content creation, fulfillment services

all you have to do is collect
revenue;

enterprise clients
(retail chains, manufacturers, trade centers) can get full support
to start an ecommerce store with omnichannel integration for revenue sharing model

new sales channel online, new customers to offline;

connect to local and global marketplaces
(Ebay, TMall, ...

Market
E-commerce sales growing
We are building our company on 5 growing trends:
1) growing share of online sales in retail;
2) growing cross-border commerce;
3) demand for more effective loyalty programs;
4) demand for new and better technological solutions supporting omni-channel
business;
5) development and mass adoption of blockchain technologies: crypto money, tokens
and smart contracts for products and global service deals.
Retail.Global focuses on markets of Eastern Europe, Russia, Western Europe and Asia for
B2B clients, as well as, world wide cross-border delivery.
4,500$bln
Retail e-commerce sales
(2021F)
Target markets:
622$bln
Cross-border retail e-commerce
sales (2022F)
300$bln
Market cap
(2021F) [5]
-
2018: Russia ($25 bln), Germany ($75 bln), France ($80 bln)
-
2019: India ($45 bln), South Korea ($72 bln), England ($195 bln)
-
2020: Japan ($125 bln), China ($975 bln)
5

Supply chain management (SCM) refers to the processes of creating and fulfilling demand
for goods and services. It encompasses a trading partner community engaged in the
common goal of satisfying end customers.
SCM Market to Reach $19 Billion by 2021 as SaaS Deployments Grows
[Gartner,8]
In 2016, Forrester Research forecast that worldwide business-to-consumer (B2C) cross-
border e-commerce would reach $621 billion by 2022, making up 20% of all online
commerce.
[2]
Clothing was by far the most popular category purchased worldwide (46%), followed by
consumer electronics (29%).
[4]
In 2016, e-retail sales accounted for 8.7 percent of all retail sales worldwide. This figure is
expected to reach 15.5 percent in 2021
[3]
[11] E-commerce share of total global retail sales from 2015 to 2021 (Statista)
Key vision of Retail.Global is to support cross-border e-commerce with popularization of
crypto money, using smart contracts with suppliers to make it trustworthy and ea...

Lack of competence: Classic offline retail community lacks skills and experience to
grow online sales
-
Offline retailers, manufacturers or wholesalers, do not have the competencies and
resources to run online business: logistics, digital marketing, web/mobile development, and
omni-channel customer interactions;
-
Rapid change of technology in e-commerce makes in-house development and
maintenance a bottleneck, because internal teams do not have enough time to study test new
services, and best practices, and do not have access to the best industry market cases;
-
The current solutions available on the market mostly assume the existence of
infrastructure and developers for setting up and maintaining a software platform for e-
commerce business, while charging significant licensing fees;Shopping centers and offline
shops lose traffic and are in need of new models of attracting customers.
Many instruments and companies, no solutions: The current situation on the market
is...

-
There are a lot of markets available in the world for e-commerce, but currently they
are not available to retailers because of the complexity of localization: taking into account
delivery, languages, support services, requirements for taxes, and other charges;
-
In each country there are a large number of marketplaces where one can list products
for sale and receive new orders that have specific requirements for delivery, placement,
classification and level of service.
In-house development loyalty system and cross-promo activities with partners
becomes a problem for retail
-
Current loyalty systems are usually built on the basis of simple cash back or a
cumulative discount. Although, the development of communication with the client makes it
extremely important to receive feedback and social activities;
-
Cross-promo activities with partners create great opportunities to get new customers
from non-competitive companies, but required a lot of manual and difficult work fo...

Retail.Global creates solutions for
e-commerce market
RG generates revenue growth from online and offline sales channels
o
Retail.Global develops omni-channel tools that will make shopping offline and online
equally convenient and personalized;
o
A complete set of tools has everything needed for the integration of customer
databases, real-time availability of goods, delivery from stores, and customer communication;
o
The Retail.Global platform is also suitable for strictly offline buyers - they are available
as a 'favorite store' feature, store bookings, quick links to nearest stores and other functions.
According to various estimates, 30% to 80% of offline shoppers research products or learn
about promotions online;
o
Shopping malls can create an online store comprised of all stores located in the
shopping center: customers will have access to all goods from all stores both in the shopping
center and for delivery.
Efficient use of all retail stock
...

Retail.Global Roadmap

1
3Q 2018
ICO Fundraising & Release of Platform (beta) for Russia Market with global sales.
2
4Q 2018
Germany & Loyalty Rewards Token System.
Release of Platform for Germany market and Loyalty Rewards System on Tokens .
3
1Q 2019
VC Fund & Spain, Italy, France.
Retail.Global VC Funding Session, Release of Platform for Spain, Italy, France.
4
2-4Q 2019
China & India.
Release of Platform for China and India.
Zhdankin Pavel
Zhdankin Pavel CEO and founder of Retail.Global

Satsunkevich Artur
Satsunkevich Artur Director of partnership and Business Development

Gagiev Arkadiy
Gagiev Arkadiy Chief Marketing Director

Gavrish Dmitry
Gavrish Dmitry CTO of Platform

Roger Crook
Advisors Roger Crook The ex-CEO of DHL

Keith Teare
Advisors Keith Teare The co-founder of TechCrunch

Ken Leaver
Advisors Ken Leaver Director of product at Wayfair

Vladimir Smerkis
Advisors Vladimir Smerkis Cofounder of Tokenbox and The Token Fund

Dmitry Matskevich
Advisors Dmitry Matskevich cofounder of dbrain

Nester Roman
Advisors Nester Roman CEO and co-founder, Segmento

Aizen Ilya
Advisors Aizen Ilya Founder of Flocktory

Tomashevskiy Denis
Advisors Tomashevskiy Denis CEO of Quiksilver Russia & Finland & Denmark

Solodov Vladimir
Advisors Solodov Vladimir Consultant in Boston Consulting Group (BSG)

Shamis Alexander
Advisors Shamis Alexander Partner in Dostavista

Soldatenko Dmitry
Advisors Soldatenko Dmitry CTO blockchain development company MadCrush

Dmitry Matskevich
Dmitry Matskevich
cofounder of dbrain
Chief Executive Officer
Keith Teare
Keith Teare
The co-founder of TechCrunch
Executive Chair at Accelerated Digital Ventures
Advisor
CO-FOUNDER OF TECHCRUNCH
Executive Chair of UK venture company Accelerated Digital Ventures
COFOUNDER OF TECHCRUNCH
Technology Entrepreneur
Adviser
TechCrunch founding team, Founder & Executive Chairman, Accelerated Digital Ventures
Founder and Executive Chairman of Accelerated Digital Ventures
Roger Crook
Roger Crook
The ex-CEO of DHL
CEO of Capital Springboard
Entrepreneur, disruptor and independent strategic advisor in FinTech, LogisticsTech and Logistics including blockchain/cryptocurrencies
CEO at Capital Springboard
Business Angel & International CEO
Ex-CEO, DHL
CSO
Advisor
Strategy Advisor
Strategy Advisor
Business Angel, Entrepreneur, Board & ICO Advisor, Mentor, International CEO
Vladimir Smerkis
Vladimir Smerkis
Cofounder of Tokenbox and The Token Fund
Managing Partner, The Token Fund
MANAGING PARTNER, FUND MANAGER