SnapDeal Launches SnapDeal Gold Service

| Daniela Forte

In an effort to keep up with recent moves by competitors FlipKart and Amazon, Indian ecommerce marketplace SnapDeal has launched SnapDeal Gold. The Indian marketplace boasts that the service will provide no shipping charges, free next day delivery and an extended 14-day return policy. See what else this new service will offer SnapDeal customers.

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Indian Ecommerce Market to Reach $220 Billion by 2025

| MCM Staff

Indian ecommerce is projected to hit $220 billion by 2025, driven by a younger demographic profile, increasing internet penetration and economic growth. See how the strength of logistics and fulfillment operations are critical factors in this surge.

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Booming Indian Digital Payments Creating Global Opportunity

| Cleveland Brown

Online payments through digital wallets and debit/credit cards have been emerging as a preferred transaction mode in India, mainly due to ease of transaction, availability of smartphones and internet access, and enhanced security and encryption methods. Here’s how to make the most of this developing growth opportunity.

4 Principles for Reaching the Global Consumer

| Jonathan Kapplow

Consumers today are making purchases both on and offline, through mobile devices, and even social channels from all over the world. Retailers are transforming their business strategies to engage these consumers, wherever they are, but not every retailer is seeing the payoff for their efforts.

Alibaba Group Previews Plans around 2016 11.11 Global Shopping Festival

| MCM Staff

Alibaba Group has announced that as a continuation of the success of the Group’s inaugural 11.11 countdown gala last year, it will once again host a similar event this year in the hours leading up to the midnight start of the upcoming 2016 11.11 Global Shopping Festival. Here’s what Alibaba plans to do offline to get buyers to shop online this Singles Day.

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Alibaba and JD.com Boast Big Numbers

| Tim Parry

Alibaba Group and JD.com both released quarterly sales results this week that show ecommerce in China shows no signs of slowing down. Here’s what each is doing to drive cross-border ecommerce.

Newegg, Pitney Bowes Make Waves Down Under

| Tim Parry

Newegg and Pitney Bowes are making waves down under, with both announcing brand extensions this week in Australia. Newegg has launched a store on eBay Australia, and Pitney Bowes will help Australian merchants sell cross-border.