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Cross-border

By Chris Dawson October 24, 2016 - 4:50 pm

Start selling to the US: A checklist for Ecommerce success

The case for taking your ecommerce business transatlantic has always been an easy one to make. The US addressable market is huge and English-speaking with well established and reliable fulfilment services in place. But recent events, such as the Brexit referendum result and currency fluctuations, make

Selling Internationally with Amazon

The latest Tamebay ebook looks at selling internationally with amazon and we've teamed up with ChannelAdvisor to ensure that this vital topic has expert input. The opportunity for selling internationally with Amazon is enormous. Amazon is growing fast and is one of the easiest ways to

Guide to managing international returns

Returns are now, more than ever, an essential part of a consumer's e-commerce journey. Facts such as expensive returns and unclear policies are preventing European consumers from purchasing goods at international online stores. So how can online retailers reduce return rates, meet consumer requirements and streamline

Guide to Cross Border sales in Europe

Europe is the world’s second-largest regional ecommerce market behind China and ahead of the United States. Forrester forecasts that cross-border ecommerce sales will grow by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11% during the next five years. By 2018, 83% of European cross-border shoppers will

World First digital magazine for online sellers

Check out the new quarterly online magazine from World First that looks at issues of interest to online sellers. It's free for all. There's a good piece from Dave Furness of encouraging online sellers to "get on with it." I'm a big believer that navel gazing

10 Top Tips for Selling in Germany

Plentymarkets tell us that they recommend Germany as an ideal location for UK sellers. Germany is not only the most populous country in the European Union, but is also Europe‘s largest economy and the world‘s fifth largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity. The

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