The white paper “7 best packaging practices for e-commerce success” by Ranpak captures the current trends in e-commerce and the resulting practical tips for the best in-the-box packaging. In today’s online shopping era there’s only one chance to make a good first impression. A positive unboxing experience is key in making this impression. On behalf of Ranpak, Harris
DHL has published a guide to cross-border e-commerce: The 21st century Spice Trade. In the face of technology and transport advancements having changed the way we trade, international commerce is accessible to the majority of players in the market. Consumers are driven to look beyond their borders by appealing offers, availability and better purchase conditions. Retailers
Over 5,000 tech-savvy visitors from across the globe came together at the NEC for the co-located InternetRetailing Expo (IRX) and eDelivery Expo (EDX) this year. As Cross-Border Magazine, we were media partner of this event and our founder Jeroen Leenders was interviewed on camera by Internet Retailing's editor-in-chief Ian Jindal.
Expanding into cross-border ecommerce markets is a major focus for retailers, but one that brings significant challenges. Wherever you stand on Brexit, it will inevitably trigger shifts in trading relationships and opportunities, so now is the time to deepen your understanding of the crucial issues that impact taking your brand successfully into new markets. And
Amazon U.S. is an e-commerce market with a $595.1bn (€561.6bn) annual turnover and 173.6 million online shoppers, and ranks among the top global markets. It is also home to a wide range of successful e-commerce companies, making it the world’s favourite cross-border shopping destination. In addition, the U.S. is a hub of innovation, digital progress and retail technology.