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Welcome to eBay India. Our New Development Center, which opened in Bangalore, plays an important strategic role in our global product innovation, research and development. Over the past decade, India has grown tremendously as a global business and cultural center. Bangalore is known as the “Silicon Valley of India,” due to the many multinational technology companies that now call it home.


Pritech Park (Insider RMZ Ecospace) Building 11, 9th Floor Bangalore

Our New Development Center opened in 2013 to lead many initiatives for the eBay business locally and globally. eBay is India’s biggest ecommerce marketplace and to support it our office has been hiring to fill challenging roles in areas like Product Strategy and Management, Engineering, Architecture, User Experience and Design, Information Security, Analytics, and Operations. 

We’re focused on keeping our teams happy, healthy, and focused. Our facility is state-of-the-art and LEED Certified. We also have a lot of fun benefits to offer our employees, so remember to ask about things like our special Cricket Zone or full-service cafeteria if you come in for an interview. 

Office Opened 2013
Notable For India’s leading ecommerce marketplace
How We Get Here Alternate Ways:
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Latest News

Opportunity Hack Benefits Nonprofits

eBay Inc.’s ‘Opportunity Hack’ – organized in support of nonprofits in Chennai and Bangalore to create solutions for their technology problems – featured participation from more than 35 nonprofits and 300 developers from across two cities. The 36-hour, open-format event brought together software developers and domain experts in the fields of social media, mobile and data technology. Working together, they developed solutions that included: writing programs for a website and building internal applications for day-to-day use.

Once the event was complete, all the solutions were judged by tech experts from eBay and seasoned social entrepreneurs. In Bangalore, the Need Base India Foundation won the Hackathon challenge for building the ‘Find the missing child’ app. And the Devine India Youth Association came in second for developing an eCatalog Management system.  

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