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Canadian consumers are more brand loyal than their U.S. counterparts, but connecting with them involves more relationship-building and trust.
The Canadian ecommerce market is seeing a steady increase in buyers and online business with no signs of slowing down. See what is creating this steady growth.
Target’s life in Canada did not last very long. Tuesday was the 4th anniversary of Target’s $1.85 billion Canada acquisition of the Zellers chain from Hudson’s Bay Company. Here’s why Target had a hard time winning over Canada.
Orchard Brands, a multichannel retailer of apparel and home products focused on serving women and men above the age of 50, has partnered with Borderfree to give consumers around the globe online access to its family of fashion and beauty, home and wellness brands.
Beyond the holiday shopping headlines, there’s another economic story that retailers are following: the increasing strength of the U.S. dollar.
Bongo International will operate as a subsidiary of FedEx Trade Networks, and its capabilities complement and expand the FedEx portfolio of offerings important to the rapidly growing global ecommerce marketplace.
Alibaba says it is doing all it can to keep on top of security issues that affect its ecommerce merchants, after a published report noted that an Israeli firm in late October found a security flaw in AliExpress, the company’s English language ecommerce site.
New research from PayPal and Ipsos shows that cross-border trade is a driving force of the global marketplace, with cross-border shoppers, spending approximately twice as much as consumers who only shop domestically. Here’s a look at where customers prefer to buy cross-border, and what motivates them to buy.
In many ways, Australia is a natural for ecommerce. With 36 million people spread across a continent, Australia has one of the lowest population densities in the world. Australians are accustomed to long-distance shopping, and they are also highly computer literate and wired.
In The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and parts of Germany, Sinterklaas (Saint Nicholas day) is celebrated in early December. Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany celebrate on the morning of the 6th; while the Netherlands celebrate on the evening of the 5th. Here’s how you can prepare for Sinterklaas 2015.
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