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Belk, the largest family-owned department store in the U.S., says it is looking for a suitor. But will a competitor like Macy’s Inc. or Nordstrom come to the rescue? Or will it seek help from a private equity firm?
Growing Global has you covered from A to Z. That’s “A” as in Alibaba Group’s Sherri Wu to “Z” as in Forrester Research’s Zia Daniell Widger, who will deliver the keynote sessions.
Jointly developed by Alibaba.com and Bigcommerce, the custom-built cross-border trading application allows Bigcommerce clients to source unique products from the largest manufacturing hub in the world.
Merchants that are looking to test the global waters can start by selling on ecommerce marketplaces. Here’s why merchants should use the marketplaces to test a product line, or even just one product, to see if there’s a chance of expanding their cross-border sales.
India’s ecommerce landscape is growing, as evidenced by this infographic by India-based coupon site HappyCheckout. But while it is one of the fastest growing ecommerce markets, should retailers look at India with a short-term or long-term cross-border plan?
As more retailers are going omnichannel to address the expectations of mobile and digital-savvy consumers, what needs to happen in stores and distribution centers? Here’s the answers from Kevin Gardiner and Walter Wallace, who are both speaking at Operations Summit 2015.
FedEx Corporation and TNT Express N.V. have reached conditional agreement on recommended all-cash public offer of €8.00 per ordinary TNT Express share. The transaction represents an implied equity value for TNT Express of €4.4 billion, or $4.8 billion U.S.
If you’re a retailer or a B2B merchant, and you’re selling across borders, then we want you to share your knowledge at Growing Global 2015. Here’s how you can become a part of our speaker faculty.
Ecommerce sales in China hit 12.3 trillion yuan in 2014, up 21.3% from 2013, according to data compiled by iResearch. Here’s a look at how China’s ecommerce growth breaks down by sector.
Vitamin Boat says international sales will eventually make up over 50% of its total revenue. Vitamin Boat is expanding delivery to new international markets, and explains why other retailers should follow.
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