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Online retailers can now use Globegistics to streamline their international shipping via ShipStation.
Businesses in Africa are under increasing pressure in the current economic climate to remain competitive. This is according to Sumesh Rahavendra, Head of Marketing for DHL Express Sub Saharan Africa, who says that as the global economy continues to change, retailers, manufactures and other sectors are increasingly facing difficult, and sometimes unique, challenges that impact their supply chains.
This on-demand webinar provides you research results and insights into how direct mail, parcel delivery and data + targeting all play a pivotal role in helping marketers differentiate themselves in the growing Canadian ecommerce landscape.
Fastlane International says that international parcel market are poised for some significant developments in 2015. See what these developments for the global market.
Cross-border solutions provider Borderfree announced that high-end jewelry retailer Ylang 23 is the first of its retail partners to expand its global ecommerce capabilities through its new connector on the MarketLive ecommerce platform.
Coach announced it is acquiring luxury footwear brand Stuart Weitzman through a private equity firm Sycamore Partners. See what this will mean for both brands.
Beyond the holiday shopping headlines, there’s another economic story that retailers are following: the increasing strength of the U.S. dollar.
Tmall Global, Alibaba Group’s ecommerce platform that provides a streamlined channel for Western retailers to sell directly to Chinese consumers, has seen sales increase by more than tenfold in its first 10 months of operation, the company said. Total gross merchandise volume (GMV) for retailers hosted by Tmall Global was up in excess of 1,000% […]
TheWatchery.com will use iGlobal Stores’ cross-border software to improve its international customers’ buying experience and reduce the costs and risks of selling globally.
With ongoing advances in mobile Internet technology, ecommerce in China continues to shift from desktop computers to smartphones and other mobile devices. For the country as a whole, the percentage of mobile transactions to total transactions was 54% this year, up from 22% last year.
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