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How to Avoid a Dip in International Sales Post-Brexit

| Kirsty Tull

If your business depends heavily on sales into the UK and EU, you will need to focus on providing additional value, reducing costs and selling into other markets to compensate for the likely decline in spending. Here are some tips to help you do just that.

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Address Verification a Colossal Problem for Cross-Border Merchants

| Tim Parry

Cross-border merchants need more information on which fraud mitigation solutions are best for cross-border transactions, according to LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ 2016 True Cost of Fraud Study. But ultimately, what LexisNexis wants merchants to go back to over and over is address verification. Here’s why.

How Merchants Can Understand Global Fraud Patterns

| Daniela Forte

Global fashion merchants made over $85 billion in global online sales in 2015. This is why a keen understanding of global online fraud patterns is necessary for the growth of ecommerce. This infographic highlights how merchants can make the most of the holiday season sales, emerging markets like China and more.

Merchants Face Increasing Challenges in Mitigating Fraud Losses

| Tim Parry

The 2015 LexisNexis True Cost of Fraud study offers important insights into the profound effects of fraud on merchants, consumers and financial institutions. It establishes the actual cost of fraud as witnessed by merchants and provides key findings and specific recommendations for the industry.

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Merchants Should Remain On Course in Emerging Markets

| MCM Staff

Recent economic and political difficulties are casting doubts into the minds of ecommerce retailers worried about entering markets such as Russia, Brazil and Turkey. Here’s why these emerging markets can still be profitable when pursued with healthy wisdom, awareness, and cultural empathy.

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Are Your Global Ecommerce Sales Growing?

| Tim Parry

If you’re a retailer or a B2B merchant, and you’re selling across borders, then we want you to share your knowledge at Growing Global 2015. Here’s how you can become a part of our speaker faculty.

EMV’s Impact in the U.S.

| Nish Modi

A nationwide mandate to shift toward EMV begins in October 2015, and recent research from the National Retail Federation found that most retailers are unprepared.

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Alibaba Says It Has Addressed Online Security Vulnerability

| Mike O'Brien

Alibaba says it is doing all it can to keep on top of security issues that affect its ecommerce merchants, after a published report noted that an Israeli firm in late October found a security flaw in AliExpress, the company’s English language ecommerce site.

A Deep Dive Into the 2014 Pitney Bowes Global Online Shopping Study

| Tim Parry

A successful international strategy centers on providing buyers with clarity and accuracy in the online buying process, certainty and transparency in delivery, and competitive pricing. Here’s a deep dive into the results of the 2014 Pitney Bowes Global Online Shopping Study results.