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Ecommerce ARCHIVE

How to Increase Revenue via International Ecommerce  Mar 30, 2015 10:32 AM By Rod Katzfey

As countless retailers have learned, the challenges faced by retailers as they attempt to expand into international ecommerce are more complex now than ever before. Here’s how partnering with the right merchant acquiring bank can help.

Ecommerce in China Grew 21.3% in 2014  Mar 26, 2015 1:01 PM By Tim Parry

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 Expands Sales Internationally  Mar 26, 2015 11:42 AM By Tim Parry

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.

Around the Globe, Shoppers Want More Flexibility  Mar 17, 2015 10:43 AM By Tim Parry

Online shoppers around the world want the ability to search and shop on multiple channels and devices, expect to see alternate delivery and payment options, and when it comes to shipping and returns, “free” is a driving factor to complete the sale.

How to Create a Global Operations Strategy  Mar 09, 2015 10:32 AM By Tim Parry

Whether or not you optimize your ecommerce site—and your operations—for the global shopper, the global shopper is coming to America. Here’s a look at how U.S.-based merchants can fine-tune their global operations and delight the global shopper.

U.K. Merchants Getting Traction with China’s Online Shoppers  Mar 08, 2015 2:19 PM By Jim Erickson and Susan Wang

The sharp increase in U.K. online sales to China is all part of the plan for Jack Ma, who says he’d like to some day see Alibaba websites reach 2 billion consumers worldwide.

Amazon May be Jumping the Gun on Cuba  Mar 05, 2015 2:10 PM By Tim Parry

A “ship to Cuba” button was seen on Amazon’s website by Reuters correspondents in Havana. But is Amazon getting ready to sell in Cuba, and is the Cuban economy ready for cross-border shopping? Here’s why Cuba may be more of an exporter if and when U.S. sanction amendments are voted on.

Pitney Bowes to Outline Global Ecommerce Roadmap  Mar 05, 2015 12:41 PM By MCM Staff

The rapidly growing global opportunity for multichannel and ecommerce merchants will be an important topic addressed by global ecommerce provider Pitney Bowes at the upcoming Operations Summit.

China to Allow Foreign Ownership of Ecommerce Firms  Mar 05, 2015 10:35 AM By Daniela Forte and Mike O'Brien

China announced it will allow full foreign ownership of ecommerce firms in Shanghai’s free trade zone. See how regulatory changes have made it easier for retailers and brands to enter the Chinese market.

Free Shipping and Flexibility are Key Global Ecommerce Drivers  Mar 04, 2015 2:27 PM By Mike O'Brien

Convenience, flexible delivery and payment options continue influence online consumers worldwide, says a new study conducted by comScore on behalf of UPS.






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