Global e-commerce is not only establishing itself, but it’s also booming. Consumers are increasingly buying online and are increasingly attracted to foreign brands and retailers. Better deals and a wider choice of products are just a click away. Cross-border e-commerce is therefore currently a great opportunity for brands and retailers looking for growth.
But how can companies ensure a successful entry into international retail? Our new white paper »International E-Commerce« has the answers.
30 March 2019 will go down in history. For the first time, the European Union is shrinking, as it’ll lose one of its members that day. In accordance with Article 50 of the Treaty of the European Union, British Prime Minister Theresa May led the exit process after almost 52 per cent of UK citizens voted to leave in 2016. The exit agreement between the EU and UK, which had been negotiated for years, failed before the British House of Commons. A consequence might be a so-called hard Brexit, without binding regulations between the two parties. What consequences does this have for the current state international online retail? Will this huge amount of chaos also hurt online shopping?