10 steps to complete.
In Corporate Office, you can create new regions to expand your business into other markets.
Before you start this how-to: Look at the countries that are set up (Administration > Countries), and identify those that have the exact same setup and configuration. If these countries use same SKUs, the same payment method, and the same warehouse, then you can group them in a global region.
In Corporate Office, click the Administration tab.
The Administration tab.
You are now on the Business Information page.
Click the Regions tab in the left sidebar.
The Regions tab.
You are now on the Regions page.
On the Regions page, click the Add Region button.
The + Add Region button.
The Edit Region pop-up window opens.
In the Edit Region pop-up window, in the Region Name text field, type a region name.
The Region Name text field.
Click the Save button in the bottom right corner.
The Save button.
Next, you will need to add Region Locales.
In the Region Locales section, click the Add button.
This is where you will add the countries to the region group.
The Add Locale pop-up window opens.
In the Add Locale pop-up window, click the Country dropdown and select a country.
This will pull in a list of all states (or regional equivalent) within the country.
Click the checkboxes of the relevant states.
If all states are configured the same under the country, click the checkbox next to the State column heading to include them.
Click Set Locale in the bottom right corner.
Repeat Steps 7 – 9 until all necessary countries are added to the region.
Once all countries are added to the region click any other tab to leave this Region's page, you will see the new group under the Regions tab.
This group can be edited at any time.
You now know how to create a new region.