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Building on the success of the Kindle Store that opened for Mexican customers in 2013, Amazon.com has launched its physical goods store on Amazon.com.mx, a Spanish-language website with millions of unique items available for customers in Mexico. “Our mission at Amazon is to be Earth’s most customer centric company, and we strive to be the […]
On Friday, June 25, 2015, The Supreme Court of the United States let the country know that #LoveWins. And the Internet erupted with a joyous rainbow. Here’s a look at the ecommerce brands who tweeted their support of the LGBT community.
Traditionally, Canada, Australia and the U.K. have been the main cross-border destination for U.S.-based retailers. Soon after, Asia and the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China) became the cross-border hot spots.
Three out of five retailers say their ecommerce sites are ready to serve the needs of cross-border consumers.
Alibaba has announced an expansion of its cross-border ecommerce initiatives, including the launch of 11 official country pavilions on its Tmall Global platform and cooperative partnerships between Juhuasuan, Alibaba’s group-buying platform, and 26 foreign embassies in China.
This year, Multichannel Merchant set out to identify and recognize the leaders in customer experience—the companies that routinely excel at every phase of the ecommerce sales experience. These are their secrets to success
One-day orders on June 18, the day of JD.com’s Anniversary Sale, increased more than 100% compared to last year. Here’s a snapshot look at the results, which include a jump in mobile orders of more than 60% of total sales.
Relax, American ecommerce business owners – Alibaba Group Chairman Jack Ma is here to help you, not take over the American ecommerce landscape. Here’s why Ma is making a U.S. tour to educate merchants about power of the Chinese consumer.
Merchants are expanding cross-border into new ecommerce markets. But how do they know what country they should target? In this video taken June 2 at IRCE 2015, The GRIN Labs founder Carl Miller discusses some of the some of the prime criteria for expanding into new cross-border markets.
The Windsor Circle team is very visible at industry trade shows because its team wears green pants. Loud green pants. Here’s how that strategy had paid off in a big way for the customer retention service provider, and why you need to be different to stand out in a crowded room.
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