If you want to expand global ecommerce, you really need to listen to the track record of people who have been there and seen the different types of complexity.
Pitney Bowes Vice President of Global Ecommerce Craig Reed explains why retailers should be concerned about their global ecommerce businesses, which sectors should invest in global, and what sort of research they should do before they go global.
Many Brazilian consumers are forgoing the country’s local businesses, choosing instead to buy American goods as a sign of wealth. But many U.S. retailers are struggling to sell to Brazilian consumers due to the country’s closed-loop network policy, which restricts Brazilian cardholders to only using their credit/debit card within the country.
Fine jeweler and watch retailer Betteridge announced that it has partnered with Borderfree to expand its online customer experience globally. By partnering with Borderfree, Betteridge now offers international shipping to over 100 countries and territories worldwide in more than 60 global currencies.
Can I make any money with global ecommerce? Are overcoming the challenges and complexities worth it? Much is made of the promise of global ecommerce – but how profitable will it really be?
In a new study from PwC, commissioned by JDA Software, 83% of retail executives said their supply chains were not optimized for omnichannel.
Since it began working with NetSuite, Jimmy Jazz has averaged 87% annual ecommerce growth over the past four years.
If you’re a U.S. retailer looking to expand your ecommerce business globally, South Korea may be the place to do it.
GoECart has partnered with Bongo International to make global ecommerce easier and quicker for GoECart customers.
Pentland Brands, the parent company of Berghaus and Speedo, will be launching new direct ecommerce sites in an effort to offer a better customer experience.