By Lauren Fruncillo January 29, 2020 - 11:00 am

Webinterpret strategic review: New CEO, and spawns Glopal

Many of you will know Webinterpret from their marketplace translation tools, but what you might not know is that they also do translation work for website owners. They have recently undertaken a strategic review of their business and split it into two companies, Webinterpret to

Meet the product: Glopal

For many years, Webinterpret has supported merchants selling on marketplaces. Now they've spun out a new company, Glopal, to assist merchants to internationalise selling on their own website to maximise the marketing opportunities that come from Google Shopping. We spoke to Glopal’s CMO and CPO, Herbert

eBay UK Spring Seller Release: eBay Shop Tools

Devin Wenig, eBay President and CEO, tweeted over the weekend that there would be new tools coming for eBay sellers in today's seller release and he has delivered. Terapeak, one of the best ever eBay research tools was acquired by eBay back in December 2017

Global Ecommerce Calendar 2019

WebInterpret have published a helpful global ecommerce calendar 2019 available for free download and setting out the key dates you need to be aware of for 2019. Along with the key dates are 5 tips for each month to help you maximize your sales potential

Webinterpret has acquired Borderlinx

WebInterpret has acquired Borderlinx technology to offer what they call the best in class global ecommerce and cross-border logistics solutions for online sellers worldwide. The Borderlinx solution enables retailers to provide international customers with a seamless shopping experience through guaranteed total landed cost and customs compliance

Bigcommerce translation and localisation from WebInterpret

Bigcommerce have announced a strategic partnership with WebInterpret to allow online sellers to instantly launch their online store in over 60 countries worldwide and increase their sales through translation and localisation. “The Webinterpret Plug & Play localization platform (also powering the PayPal Global Sellers Program), brings

Introducing the PayPal Global Sellers scheme with Webinterpret

Sometimes an offer comes along that looks astonishingly attractive and Paypal Global Sellers, which they've launched in conjunction with Webinterpret, does almost seem too good to be true. The offer is decent: PayPal and WebInterpret say they can get your webstore ready for international sales,


Take your business global Webinterpret provides advanced cross-border solutions for Ecommerce, enabling marketplace sellers to grow their business globally. Using a suite of tailor-made solutions merchants can sell more effectively in international markets through localized versions of their store, products and marketplace listings. A fully localized experience If

Thinking ahead is a key feature for online sales pioneers #tamebay@10

Approaching Tamebay's 10th birthday, we've asked our party sponsors to give a view on what the next 10 years will hold. Karolina Kulach is a content marketer and non-fiction writer, specialising in global ecommerce and online sales trends. Here, on behalf of WebInterpret she considers the

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