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Pitney Bowes released its 2015 Global Online Shopping Study to gain a better understanding of consumers’ perceptions about cross-border ecommerce shopping. Here are the five things you need to know.
Gilt Groupe has cut 45 jobs, including that of SVP and GM, International Marshall Porter. But that is not an indication that Gilt is giving up on its cross-border strategy. Here’s how the layoffs will affect Gilt’s cross-border strategy.
Singles Day 2015 may not be big for U.S. retailers. ChannelAdvisor executive chairman Scot Wingo says he hasn’t seen much spillover where Chinese consumers are buying from U.S. merchants. But he adds that the best way to take advantage of the Chinese consumer on Singles Day is to sell on Tmall.
Columbia Sportswear announced today the promotion of Mr. David M. Brulé to serve as general manager of the company’s wholly owned Canadian subsidiary, effective immediately.
Cross-border B2C ecommerce volume is rapidly rising, but where do you see cross border retail going in five to 10 years?
Here’s how Jill Finger Gibson, Principal Analyst, Ecommerce, Digital Clarity Group, and Craig Reed, Senior Vice President, Global Ecommerce, Pitney Bowes, answered that during the September webinar “Creating Your Roadmap to Cross-Border Success.”
In our new video, learn why merchandise returns have become so important for retailers in general, and particularly online retailers, the elements of a best-in-class returns experience, and more…
The omnichannel consumer is putting direct-to-consumer delivery on a collision course with the brick and mortar environment. And the retailers with real-time inventory visibility and order management systems in place will be prepared to serve these consumers this holiday season… Or will they?
On my drive to work Wednesday morning, I was thinking how Yogi Berra said a lot of things that, many years later, can be translated into the retail world. So in honor of Yogi Berra, and using his jersey number, here are 8 Yogi-isms for the ecommerce world.
EMV greatly reduces the impact of in-store fraud, as the new cards with embedded chips generate a unique token for each transaction, making them difficult or impossible to counterfeit. But by almost all estimations, the U.S.’s move to EMV will lead to massive increases in ecommerce fraud, perhaps even more so than countries like the U.K. and Australia.
The 2015 LexisNexis True Cost of Fraud study offers important insights into the profound effects of fraud on merchants, consumers and financial institutions. It establishes the actual cost of fraud as witnessed by merchants and provides key findings and specific recommendations for the industry.