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Consumer are researching and completing transactions across multiple channels, and the omnichannel experience has become the norm. However, many retailers still struggle to deliver this new retail reality.
At Growing Global, Greig Holbrook of OBAN Multilingual, will take a granular look at international search and conversion behavior market by market.
As the deadline passed July 1, the two sides continuing talking to avert a west coast port strike.
Mark Vandegrift, director of business management for Channel Advisor, will talk about Amazon, eBay and Newegg and others based in other countries – Tmall, TradeMe, Mercado Libre during his session on July 15 at Multichannel Merchant’s Growing Global conference in Long Beach, CA.
Held July 15-16 in Long Beach, CA, the knowledge gained at Growing Global will help you launch or refine your global ecommerce strategy, and save your company thousands of dollars in trial and error.
UPS has explored varying global consumer preferences before the purchase, during checkout and delivery and post purchase.
Like many other businesses, today’s multichannel retailers are keen to capitalize on the promise of big data. Here are several considerations key to addressing the dual challenges of too much and not enough data, and for capturing the insight needed to thrive in multichannel retail.
Omnichannel commerce puts a premium on reducing the cost of order fulfillment while at the same time speeding up the fulfillment process. With automated storage and retrieval systems, this process reversed, with employees spending more time fulfilling orders.
A joint NRF/NAM study found a West Coast port strike could cost the U.S. economy up to $2.5 billion per day.
Want to learn how to build your global shipping and distribution strategy? You will want to attend a session on this important subject at Multichannel Merchant’s Growing Global conference on July 15 and 16 in Long Beach, Calif.
by Curt Barry
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by Tommy Kelly
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