Newegg has announced local shipping to customers in Australia. The move is the latest in a series of strategic investments made by Newegg to address key international growth markets.
More and more retailers are discovering the wisdom of “going global” with their ecommerce strategies, and are launching localized websites into new international markets. It’s a smart bet. Done properly, … Continue Reading →
Localization is a key component for building your cross-border ecommerce strategy, but it’s also much more than just making sure your site is translated properly for consumers in your target country.
More companies are increasing their growth, and revenue, by expanding into global markets. The savviest businesses understand that localized websites are the fastest and most cost-effective way to reach these new customers. Here are four localization techniques that should not be overlooked.
Ecommerce merchants should recognize several key challenges when eyeing international ecommerce growth. Here are a few to consider, and some suggestions to eliminate them.
Every market is different, and a one-size-fits-all approach to digital payments experiences is insufficient. Let’s take a look at four strategies to set your online store up for success in the global arena.
Retailers say they are prepared for global expansion and some say they are staying ahead of the curve when it comes to the global expansion initiative.
Luxury retailer Bergdorf Goodman announced that it has partnered with Borderfree to open its website and sell to international shoppers with BFX, Borderfree’s new global ecommerce platform for retailers.
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.