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With a 13% growth in revenue in the fourth quarter and 13% for the year, 2013 deemed to be pretty successful for eBay. The marketplace currently has 128 million active users and generated nearly $77 billion in gross merchandise volume in 2013 alone. Here is the play-by-play highlights for the year that is eBay.
Amazon has announced that it will now offer Sunday deliveries to a number of customers in cities across the United Kingdom, and Amazon Prime members in the UK can now receive their packages on Sundays at no additional charge.
Are you thinking about expanding globally into China with your brand? There may be some things you will want to think about before entering into the Chinese market with your business.
The idea of expanding globally isn’t a new concept among merchants, but it is a concept that has many thinking about how to go about doing so.
The call for speakers is open for Growing Global, Multichannel Merchant’s first-annual global ecommerce conference, which will be held July 15-16 in Long Beach, CA. Click to find out how you can participate in this exciting conference.
For years, when it came to which countries were at a similar stage of advanced and growing economic development, retailers have had their eyes on Brazil, Russia, India and China, affectionately known as BRIC. However, during this week’s National Retail Federation’s conference, the new buzzword was Latin America.
Is your product or service something that translates well into other cultures? If the answer is yes and you’re ready to take on the challenge of expanding globally, your next step is to plan how you’ll roll out ecommerce operations worldwide. The following six tips can help you achieve a successful launch
A new IBM study of more than 30,000 global consumers released at the 2014 National Retail Federation convention found consumers are willing to share their personal information with retailers, particularly if they get good value in exchange.
While Overstock.com announced last week that it has begun accepting Bitcoins as an online payment option, not all merchants are embracing the crypto-currency. The Chinese ecommerce platform Alibaba Group said in a statement that it has banned the controversial payment option from all its Taobao marketplaces.
Overstock.com has announced it is now accepting the controversial cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, as a form of payment along with Visa, MasterCard and PayPal.
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