Partners can sell products in 49 countries, including the U.S., through private offers on Red Hat Marketplace. To make products available for sale, configure each product for international selling. When configured, Red Hat Marketplace calculates private offers (total contract value, discounts, ramps, and so on), billing, and tax in local currency.
Marketplace model — U.S. only
Resell model — outside the U.S.
About this task
Red Hat Marketplace supports 49 countries, including the U.S. By default, all products are enabled for sale in the U.S. and in USD. To sell in additional countries, on product pricing settings, select countries from the list. Once enabled, Partners can sell via private offers through IBM to international customers (based on their billing address) in local currency.
- Log in to Red Hat Marketplace partner portal.
- On the Setup product pricing task, click Edit.
- On the Sell in other geographies section, select countries or territories from the list. NOTE: When you select an option, all product editions become available for private offers.
- Click Submit for review.
The product is configured for sale in selected countries or territories.
To learn more on how Red Hat Marketplace converts pricing from USD to local currency, on the International Selling page, download the Currency Conversion Guide.
For FAQs on selling in other countries and territories, refer to Partner FAQs.