The landscape of ecommerce is constantly changing. According to an infographic by CueCommerce, 82% of consumers are shopping online using their laptops, while 10% are using tablets and only 8% are using smartphones. The top five countries of ecommerce spending include: United States, United Kingdom, China, Japan and Belgium.
From the day it launched its ecommerce site three years ago, fashion ecommerce site Modnique set out to sell globally. With a localized .ru version of its ecommerce site, Modnique was able to have success targeting customers in Russia.
U.S. apparel and accessories retailer turns to Pitney Bowes to make online purchasing and shipping simple for consumers around the world.
Within the first five days, the three participating U.S. suppliers had sold nearly 3,000 one-kilo orders (2.2 pounds per kilo) — 6,600 pounds — of U.S. pork. Within five more days, total orders jumped to 7,000.
Rosen brings more than 20 years of retail and ecommerce leadership to Levi’s, most recently as senior vice president of global ecommerce at Walmart Stores Inc.
The new ShopRegis tab allows customers to shop by stylist recommendation, desired effect and hair concern, such as thinning, ageing and damaged hair… and serves an omnichannel purpose.
With the launch of the new service scheduled for the second quarter of 2015, QVC will expand its global multimedia ecommerce business to seven operations reaching nine countries.
New Tokyo site enables full-service ecommerce provider to more effectively provide customer service to the rapidly growing market in the Asia-Pacific region.
This rise of global ecommerce has retail leaders staking internationals claims across nearly every global market. But what factors have facilitated this ecommerce growth worldwide?
Through this partnership, the merchant will now provide international shipping to more than 100 countries and territories worldwide.