Cross-border ecommerce benchmark report shows a clear direction for retailers who want to create customer-centric localised websites for their key international markets. London, 10th November, 2016 – Practicology has collaborated with eShopWorld and TranslateMedia on a benchmark report to show both UK and US retailers how their localised international websites compare to the
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E-commerce is continuing along its growth path in Europe: Eleven out of twelve categories grew in size in the past year, concludes delivery provider PostNord in its latest report based on surveys of 12.000 online consumers from Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. But the growtyh in e-commerce
Online marketplaces are platforms where third parties can offer their products and services. Meanwhile the transactions are processed by the marketplace owner. After the sale is finalized the marketplace receives the payment of which it takes a fee. Then the seller sends the product to the customer (drop-shipping). The online marketplaces have already existed for some time.
Pursuit of the digitalization agenda is enabling B2B organizations to transform their business models, expand outside their traditional markets and enable operational innovation. These are some of the findings from a new research report, “Taking the fast track into the digital future of B2B commerce” from Intershop, published today.In the answers of the 400 B2B organizations
With a turnover of over €70 billion per year, France is the second most developed and valuable e-commerce market in the Euro zone. So how can e-retailers successfully penetrate this highly valuable market, in the middle of the South and the North of Europe? Join us on Friday 18th November at 10:00 (Paris time) as Country Manager of Salesupply France, Cyril du