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U.S.-based retailers may see that International sales are making up less than 5% of their growth, and decide it’s not worth investing time and energy into global ecommerce. But Ken Burke, founder, chairman and CEO of MarketLive, says that should not be overlooked.
Moxie Software announced that Sports Endeavors, Inc., the world’s largest soccer specialty retailer, has selected Moxie to engage fans across the entire customer journey, supporting them with sales and service inquires. Sports Endeavors is a retail market leader selling soccer, rugby and lacrosse items to players and fans. “We have a personal passion for the […]
Alibaba Group and the Government of Italy signed an agreement on Wednesday to make it easier and faster for Italian businesses to open virtual stores on Tmall.
Payscout details the growing global ecommerce industry, which the company says American small and medium-sized businesses are failing to capitalize on due to the difficulties that lie in foreign currency processing.
The government of India could allow foreign direct investment in India’s ecommerce sector as early as next month, paving the way for global online retailers such as Amazon to expand their business, according to a report published June 4 by Reuters.
The global market is open for business, and many of your competitors are already out there solidifying their localization strategy for online shoppers. If you’re thinking about taking your ecommerce business to the next level, here are a few things to consider.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba plans to pay $250 million for a 10% stake in the Singapore Post, Singapore’s national postal system.
11 Main is looking to take away share from market leaders Amazon.com and eBay by adopting a more disruptive tack vs. the “me too” approach of Japanese operator Rakuten.
Pre-built integration makes it faster and easier for Demandware clients to deploy Bongo’s InternationaleCommerce Solutions.
If you follow the story of Target’s big launch into Canada, you’ll get a lesson in how to do business north of the border – whether you are targeting (no pun intended) an online or bricks-and-mortar customer.