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Top tips for selling online to Germany


A lot has been made of the fact that if the UK leaves the EU, after the referendum on 23rd June, that UK traders will lose a chunk of exports to Europe. And who knows which way that not will go? But, in the meantime, it’s clear that Germany represents a massive market for UK […]

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Build social campaigns with SAP Anywhere and Brand Networks

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I sat down with SAP and Brand Networks the latest partner for SAP Anywhere at Internet Retailing and they have a very interesting solution for small retailers. Through SAP’s new SME platform, small and midsize enterprises can now have integrated access to Brand Networks’ social marketing capabilities alongside other tools including Google’s productivity and collaboration […]

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XSellco has highlighted the dramatic growth that they’re seeing from, the new ecommerce kid on the block with a recent blog post. As we reported last week, is expected to exceed $1bn in sales in May. This is in no small part due to their huge growth in customer numbers: they have 3.6 […]

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Union Customs Code in force from 1st May 2016


Even if you’re an importer you probably don’t need to be aware of the EU’s new Union Customs Code (UCC) which comes into force in the EU on the 1st May 2016. You’ll probably use a freight forwarder and it’ll be their job to deal with it. According to David Jinks of Parcelhero who pointed […]

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Mirakl adds ‘Click & Collect’ for Retailer’s Marketplaces

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Mirakl have announced the release their latest feature – ‘Click & Collect’ functionality. Click & Collect is now available to all third-party sellers operating on marketplaces run by brick and mortar retailers using the Mirakl Marketplace solution. In addition to the home delivery option, shoppers can now collect and pay for the product they have […]

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Austin Reed set to join BHS and call in Administrators

Austin Reed

Austin Reed, founded at the turn of the century in 1900 and the epitome of tailored fashion, is likely to go into administration today. This is the second high street retailer in just a couple of days following BHS, and puts another 1,000 retail jobs at risk. Austin Reed have already closed dozens of loss […]

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Marketplace Focus: PriceMinister


Pentagon have kindly agreed to provide Tamebay readers with some additional insights into the marketplaces they introduced for the first time their recent Fashion Without Borders and Retail Without Borders event. Today they look at PriceMinister. About PriceMinister Founded in 2000 and acquired by Rakuten Group in 2010, PriceMinister is the second most-visited ecommerce site […]

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Paul Todd SVP eBay’s thoughts on sustainability


Paul Todd is Senior Vice President of eBay, responsible for eBay’s business and operations across the whole of the EMEA region. His aim is to help small businesses unlock global opportunities and drive growth. He’s just published an article on “How Business and Technology Are Making Sustainability Mainstream“. There are very few people who would […]

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ChannelAdvisor 2016 Spring Release updates

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On the eve of their Catalyst Connect conference at London’s Savoy Hotel, ChannelAdvisor have announced their 2016 Spring Release. The new ChannelAdvisor products and features included in the release provide brands and retailers with technology to put their e-commerce strategies in focus, including new Buy Local and Product Intelligence offerings for brands, Digital Marketing Benchmarking, […]

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