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FiftyOne Global Ecommerce has rebranded as Borderfree in an effort to further emphasize the company’s ongoing mission to enable U.S. retailers to transact with consumers in every corner of the globe. “Identifying as Borderfree allows us to more directly communicate our vision and mission to create an entirely ‘border-free’ global ecommerce experience for consumers and […]
Join Gina DeFrank, ChannelAdvisor’s Amazon Product Owner and Business Analyst, as she discusses and debunks the misconceptions of selling on Amazon. She’ll walk you through how to get started and how to do it right, and key ways to improve your performance on Amazon.
We’ll take you through how to get started on selling on Amazon, how to do it right, and key ways to improve your performance.
The launch of AmazonSupply last April was touted by some industry experts as a win for B2B brands eager to claim their share of the online marketplace.
In light of last week’s recall of yoga pants made in Taiwan and distributed by Lululemon Athletica, World of Leggings CEO Danny Alex is emphasizing “Made in the USA” as a part of its merchandising strategy.
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International e-commerce presents many challenges, and selling across borders requires careful consideration of cultural differences, government regulations and operational infrastructure. This article outlines the various marketplaces and fulfillment tools that are available to help retailers tackle this growing International opportunity.
Shopatron announced that it has teamed up with Intershop, an ecommerce firm, and although the details about the partnership are still unclear, Shopatron said teaming up with Intershop will enhance their global, multi-channel clients’ ecommerce programs.
Amazon.com said its sales for the second quarter, which ended June 30, were up 29%. But the etailer expects to have an operating loss of between $50 million and $350 million next quarter. Here’s why.
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