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It will be scary, it will be difficult, but going global with your business is definitely an opportunity that retailers should be considering.
Retailers that have taken the dip into international waters should now begin thinking about the use of social media on the global scale.
Canada (84%) and Australia (54%) are the top choices for cross-border ecommerce, followed by Japan and New Zealand (39% each), according to the results of Multichannel Merchant’s MCM Outlook 2014. Here’s why U.S.-based merchants are high on doing business in those countries.
There are 790 million international customers that are potentially addressable by the US retailers. So how do you grab your piece of the global ecommerce pie? And how do you guarantee customer satisfaction and loyalty – and ensure profitability? Find out here.
Computer software developer leverages cleverbridge’s local expertise and services to launch new products into Japan, the second largest Asia-Pacific ecommerce market.
At Growing Global, Greig Holbrook of OBAN Multilingual, will take a granular look at international search and conversion behavior market by market.
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.
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 […]
Just because your email marketing messages are compliant with CAN-SPAM laws does NOT mean you care complient with the Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL), which goes into effect on June 1.
Check out this video from Montréal-based email marketing firm CakeMail to see if your Canada-bound emails are compliant, and learn the difference between CASL and CAN-SPAM.
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