LAST CALL: Building your international sales and cross-border sales survey

By Dan Wilson May 18, 2018 - 7:35 pm

One topic that we know ecommerce merchants are much interested in is growing their international sales. It’s a huge opportunity and there are stacks of options, sales avenues and routes to market. And we’d be interested to learn how you’ve approached the global challenge. Or why you haven’t.

You can find our survey here.

Where are you selling? Where do you want to sell to? Where do you see the biggest opportunities for future sales growth and profits?

So that’s why we’re currently researching the growth hacks and scaling tactics being used by marketplace sellers of all sizes to accelerate global exports and cross-border profits. We’d like to know the strategies you’re employing in achieving or aiming to achieve crucial overseas growth and your opinions on the matter.

The survey should only take 5 minutes to finish and we’re very grateful for your time and interest. Thanks too to the Tamebay readers who have already taken the time to help and take the survey. We’re already collating the results but we’d love to hear from more of you. The research is being undertaken in association with Currencies Direct.

And to make it worth your while, we’ll also enter you into a draw for one of 3 £100 pound Amazon vouchers which and we’ll pull names from the hat when we close the survey. (All the details are on the link above.)

Harnessing volatility: maximising profitability on international ecommerce sales

And to get a flavour of what the fruits of the survey will be, you can check out our previous research paper based on a Tamebay survey called Harnessing volatility: maximising profitability on international ecommerce sales.

You can download it for free at the link above. In it we explore the implications of Brexit on cross-border trade, we delve into the major barriers when it comes to expanding overseas and finally look into the impact of currency fluctuations on marketplace retailers.

Thanks for your help.

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