Top E-Commerce Startups of 2022

Explore the top 10 e-commerce startups of 2022 shaping the industry with innovative tech & business models. Click to learn about the digital world with us!

Batuhan Tamer UsluContent Editor

January 30, 2023
3min read


Fanatics is an American company that operates an online marketplace for sports merchandise and fan gear. The company also licenses and manufactures its own branded products and operates retail stores and e-commerce sites for professional sports teams and leagues. is a British company that provides payment processing and fraud prevention services for online merchants. The company’s technology allows merchants to accept a wide range of payment methods, including credit and debit cards, bank transfers, and alternative payment methods, and also helps merchants reduce the risk of fraudulent transactions.


Klarna is a Swedish fintech company that provides payment services for online stores and has expanded into offering consumer financing options. In addition to offering traditional payment options like credit and debit cards, Klarna also provides consumers with financing options, allowing them to pay for their purchases in installments with no upfront cost.

Back Market

Back Market is a French company that operates an online marketplace for refurbished electronic devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops. The company’s mission is to reduce electronic waste by offering consumers an alternative to buying new products, and all of the products sold on its platform are thoroughly tested and refurbished by certified technicians.


ContentSquare is a French company that provides customer experience analytics software for e-commerce businesses. The company’s software helps businesses understand how customers interact with their websites and mobile apps, and provides insights on how to improve the user experience and increase conversions.


Bolt is an Estonian company that operates a ride-hailing platform and food delivery service. The company’s app allows users to hail rides and order meals from local restaurants, and also offers a range of other on-demand services, such as grocery delivery and package delivery. Bolt operates in a number of countries around the world.


Carsome is a Malaysian company that operates an online marketplace for buying and selling used cars. The company’s platform allows car dealers and individual sellers to list their vehicles for sale and connects them with potential buyers. Carsome also provides financing and insurance services for buyers.


Ankorstore is a French company that operates an online marketplace for wholesale goods. The company’s platform connects small and medium-sized retailers with a wide range of wholesalers and manufacturers, and offers tools to help retailers manage their orders and inventory.


Inxeption is an American company that provides a cloud-based e-commerce platform for manufacturers and distributors. The company’s platform allows businesses to create their own branded online stores and manage their sales and fulfillment process, and also offers tools for managing inventory, orders, and customer relationships.


Whatnot is an American company that operates an online marketplace for collectible toys and other collectibles. The company’s platform allows collectors to buy and sell rare and hard-to-find items, and also offers tools for authenticating and grading collectibles.