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As proven during the most recent holiday season, the convergence of ecommerce and bricks-and-mortar is more important for merchants than ever.
Turney has been with the company for nearly 16 years, joining as President and CEO of Victoria’s Secret Direct in 2000 and assuming responsibility for the brand as CEO in 2006. Here’s more about Turney’s replacement, and about how the brand has fared this year.
International Checkout announced that it has partnered with footwear company Greats, enabling the brand to reach a wider global consumer audience. Here’s how Greats is looking to drive global sales through International Checkout’s seamless logistics solution.
Amazon is looking to dominate the world of global ecommerce. But its unwillingness to disclose this information to its sellers may stunt your growth. Click through and read which piece of information Amazon is still withholding from marketplace sellers.
Bloomberg News unveiled Amazon’s secret and elaborate plans to launch a new venture called Global Supply Chain by Amazon, and it looks like it could be a disrupter for cross-border ecommerce. Here’s a look at what Amazon’s Dragon Boat could mean for the global ecommerce industry.
Last week, Tmall Global and CBN Data published a “2015 China Cross-Border Consumption Report” to highlight Tmall’s growth. And the numbers are pretty impressive, and eye-opening if you’ve yet to create a strategy for selling into China. You want to see the highlights of the report.
There’s no doubt that global ecommerce – selling to cross-border customers – has been a game changer for bricks-and mortar retailers. Thanks to you, our loyal readers, Multichannel Merchant has been on the cutting edge of global ecommerce coverage… but we need your help in order to get better.
No one ever said the world of global ecommerce was simple to navigate. But those retailers who embrace cross-border ecommerce will, in fact, rule the world. Check out the best commentary and advice from Pitney Bowes’ first #PowerofPrecision tweet-up of 2016, “Navigating the Complexity of Global Commerce.”
General Growth Properties Sandeep Mathrani spilled the beans today on a big secret that really comes as no surprise: Amazon is going to open more Amazon Books bricks-and-mortar store locations. Like, at least 300 of them.
Shoppers not only expect but demand flexibility and freedom to buy at their total convenience. This creates supply chain complexity around synchronizing inventory and orders coming from stores, websites, mobile, catalogs, etc.
by Pau Sabria
Posted 2 days ago
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