Pinduoduo Files For $1 Billion IPO in the U.S.

| Daniela Forte

Shanghai-based ecommerce marketplace Pinduoduo, China’s third-largest after Alibaba and JD.com, is seeking to raise up to $1 billion in a U.S. IPO on an exchange to be named later, less than three years after its founding, See how the company differentiates itself from other Chinese marketplaces.

Amazon Adds International Shopping Feature on Mobile App

| Daniela Forte

Amazon announced the launch of an international mobile shopping feature that lets international customers browse and shop more than 45 million items that can be shipped to their country from the U.S. See which languages and how many currencies will be featured through this option.

How Brands Can Succeed At Cross-Border In the Age of Amazon

| Ahmed Naiem

Retailers cannot ignore the force that is Amazon, because they’ve been a game changer in the world of ecommerce, making their name synonymous with online shopping. But are shoppers in other markets getting the same outstanding customer experience that millions of loyal Prime members in the U.S. have come to expect? Here are tips on how merchants can capitalize on Amazon’s weaknesses in cross-border ecommerce by differentiating after the click.

How to Deal with Long Cross-Border Shipping Times

| Benjamin Powell

Cross-border shipping times are a big deal and can heavily influence the conversion rate on your ecommerce website. But depending on your product line, it is possible to minimize their impact. Here are some tips to follow to improve your operations and keep customers happy.

FedEx Reorganizes Units to Focus on Cross-Border Ecommerce

| Mike O'Brien

Continuing its push into cross-border ecommerce to take advantage of rapid growth in that area, FedEx is consolidating a few different business units under existing freight forwarding division FedEx Trade Networks (FTN) as of March 1. See what FTN is now comprised of, and how FedEx views the opportunity.