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Join Pitney Bowes Vice President of Global Ecommerce Craig Reed for our On Demand webinar, which outlines four common challenges to selling globally, and for retailers like PlanetShoes and Rickshaw Bagworks avoided them.
Canada’s long-anticipated Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect July 1, ushering in a new era for online marketing. But a study by Constant Contact reveals that the majority of Canadian small businesses do not fully understand the law and how to be compliant and have taken limited action to adhere to the new regulations.
The combination of NetSuite and Venda will deliver unprecedented capabilities that businesses need to meet the demands to deliver a seamless, omnichannel commerce experience to consumers and businesses, NetSuite said in a press release.
From September 2012 to August 2013, Clarins’ localized ecommerce site for China saw a 500% increase in online growth. You should see what Clarins did to accelerate global ecommerce growth.
Soccer-related searches in the month of June increased by 280% compared to May, according to a study of consumer search behavior performed by SLI Systems. What’s more, searches from Brazilian consumers showed a similarly dramatic increase.
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.
PacNet Services, an international payment processing company and leading supplier of payment services for global ecommerce, today confirmed their attendance at Growing Global 2014, running July 15 and 16 in Long Beach, CA.
Featured at Growing Global conference, MelissaData and other ecommerce leaders will discuss strategies to reduce shipping costs and fraud through better customer data.
Computer software developer leverages cleverbridge’s local expertise and services to launch new products into Japan, the second largest Asia-Pacific ecommerce market.
UPS plans to invest $1 billion in its European operations over the next three to five years, mostly focused on Germany, according to CFO Kurt Kuehn.