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MCM Tuesday June 12, 2015
The Fate of Your Cross-Border Customer Could Hinge on Shipping
Shipping matters big time to online consumers. And it matters even more to cross-border customers, because, most likely, shipping cost is a higher percentage of product cost for them than for domestic shoppers. For those that can provide superior customer experiences in this area, however, shipping and delivery can be a key differentiator. More…
Endicia Lowers the Barriers for Shipping to Latin America
Endicia Global Service eliminates pain points of shipping to Latin America, including customs delays, high shipping costs and lack of tracking visibility. More…
Pitney Bowes Rolls Borderfree Into New Global Ecommerce Unit
Pitney Bowes formed a Global Ecommerce business unit, combining the recently acquired assets of Borderfree with Pitney Bowes’ existing ecommerce business. More…

2 Key Elements for Expanding Cross-Border Ecommerce
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. More…
Jack Ma Isn't Here to Take Over U.S. Ecommerce
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. More…
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Dell, Inc., Round Rock, TX

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Sterling Resorts, Tampa, FL

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Digital Value Architect - Strategist - Senior Manager
Accenture, Atlanta, GA

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Ascena Retail Group, Inc., Greencastle, IN

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