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Well, let’s just say it’s probably not possible that Jeff Gennette will sink Macy’s, Inc. like Ron Johnson did when he took over JCPenney. Gennette has been the president of the embattled department store for the past two years, and has served the company in some sort of executive capacity since 2006. Here’s what Gennette needs to think about if he’s going to get Macy’s, Inc’s not just to regain its leadership position, but keep its stores from the retail graveyard.
Brands without the resources to produce multilingual content now have a simple and cost efficient platform to localize their content. With those staggering numbers in mind, language technology and translation solutions provider Translate.com announced the addition of more than 30 new applications and integrations to its platform.
JD.com will host a week-long roadshow of “British Week” activities in the United Kingdom to enable more British brands to sell direct to consumers across China. Here’s a look at some of the ways JD.com is invading Britain offline to grow its online business, and which U.K. brands are already on board.
The global 3PL market is expected to reach $419 billion USD by 2020, according to the latest market research report by Technavio. Here’s why Technavio says rising exports of domestic products will further enhance the growth of this market over the next four years.
ShipperHQ has partnered with International Logistics Solutions (ILS) to make international shipping simpler and more cost-effective for small to medium sized merchants.
Aptos announced at IRCE 2016 that Ron Jon Surf Shop and Purdys Chocolatier will launch new ecommerce sites with order management systems through its platforms. Here’s a look at the unique needs of the two very different merchants, and why Aptos was able to provide both with solutions that best fit their customers’ needs.
China, one of the most dynamic retail markets in the world, is ranked as the top country in the 2016 Global Retail Development Index, while India’s high market potential, fast growth, improved regulatory environment, and ease of doing business pulled it up to second in the rankings. Click and see which other emerging markets are atop the list.
The Council of Better Business Bureaus and the Korea Consumer Agency have signed an agreement to offer cross-border dispute resolution for Korean consumers who purchase goods and services from companies in North America, and for consumers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico who purchase from companies in the Republic of Korea.
Under the terms of the agreement, Australia Post and Aramex will enter into an Asian-based joint venture, targeting the global ecommerce market, with a particular focus on Asia.
Your cross-border shipping definitely matters, and customer expectations with respect to shipping and delivery continue to increase around the globe. So what’s the best way to sell and ship cross-border? It all depends on your business needs, but here’s how to make that decision.
by Pau Sabria
Posted 2 days ago
Posted 2 days ago