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Global ecommerce and international logistics solutions provider Bongo International announces that they are the first in their field to accept Bitcoin, the decentralized P2P currency.
Payscout details the growing global ecommerce industry, which the company says American small and medium-sized businesses are failing to capitalize on due to the difficulties that lie in foreign currency processing.
The government of India could allow foreign direct investment in India’s ecommerce sector as early as next month, paving the way for global online retailers such as Amazon to expand their business, according to a report published June 4 by Reuters.
The global market is open for business, and many of your competitors are already out there solidifying their localization strategy for online shoppers. If you’re thinking about taking your ecommerce business to the next level, here are a few things to consider.
Just because your email marketing messages are compliant with CAN-SPAM laws does NOT mean you care complient with the Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL), which goes into effect on June 1.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba plans to pay $250 million for a 10% stake in the Singapore Post, Singapore’s national postal system.
11 Main is looking to take away share from market leaders Amazon.com and eBay by adopting a more disruptive tack vs. the “me too” approach of Japanese operator Rakuten.
Coinzone has gone live with its website, which highlights the upcoming launch of its global payment gateway for Bitcoin. Here’s why Coinzone believes Bitcoin will become the global payment method of choice for both consumers and merchants.
Canadian online marketplace increases customer engagement and social sharing through automated video solution.
Check out this video from Montréal-based email marketing firm CakeMail to see if your Canada-bound emails are compliant, and learn the difference between CASL and CAN-SPAM.