cross border trade

By Chris Dawson March 11, 2019 - 9:00 am

Top Shopping Websites around the World by Country

The top shopping websites around the world vary massively from country to country. Here in the UK, Amazon, eBay and Argos are the consumers' favourite, the former of which are marketplaces that merchants can trade on. In further flung reaches it's a different story Amazon

Things to Consider Before Using Build International Listings on Amazon

Amazon provide a tool to enable you to sell internationally easily - the Amazon Build International Listings tool. While it can make launching your listings on other Amazon sites using your Unified Amazon account, there are downsides to automation when you're not fully in control

Wonky bananas were an urban myth, but wrong sort of pallets is real Brexit worry

Apparently there's a shortage of pallets for shipping goods which is going to cause problems in a post Brexit world. The problem is that the EU have strict rules on pallets shipped from outside the EU which pallets within the EU don't have to abide

Customers prefer scheduled convenience over delivery immediacy

Customers prefer scheduled convenience over delivery immediacy when it comes to their cross-border delivery experience, says new research. While most shoppers want their cross-border deliveries to arrive fast, the majority (89%) of the surveyed global shoppers would want to know a specific date and time of

Last call for Tamebay Brunch Round Table on 7th March

There are just 10 days left before the Tamebay Brunch Round Table Discussion at Madejski Hotel Reading and just two places left for breakfast. If you would like to join us let us know as soon as possible to receive an invitation. You'll be joining a

Tamebay Brunch Round Table Discussion at Madejski Hotel Reading

We are holding the first Tamebay Brunch Round Table Discussion on the 7th of March in Reading, Berkshire, in partnership with GFS. The discussion will focus on International expansion in the face of Brexit. The venue is now confirmed as the Cilantro Restaurant at the Madejski

Top 10 countries by Ecommerce Spend

When selling overseas, often the primary concern for ecommerce merchants is which are the easiest countries to target. Traditionally the US, Canada, Australia and Ireland were top targets as they are English speaking countries so, apart from cultural nuances, there was no need for translation.

Webinar: Using overseas marketplaces to best effect

With the busy fourth quarter and Christmas out of the way, it's time to start planning for 2019 and where the best opportunities to grow sales are. With Brexit still full of uncertainty, there is still the rest of the world to consider where trading

Guess fined €40 million for blocking cross border sales

In December, the European Commission fined Guess €39,821,000 for restricting retailers from online advertising and blocking cross border sales to consumers in other Member States in breach of EU competition rules. "Guess' distribution agreements tried to prevent EU consumers from shopping in other Member States by

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Dav: Exactly. It's like going into Target, you're at checkout and ready to buy, but the...
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