UPDATE: Amazon Seller Central Sweden is now live - Amazon.se will now be available in your EU Seller account so you can start preparing your store, ready to have your listings available to customers as soon as Amazon Sweden launches. This will work the same as the rest of your Amazon European integrations in your Linnworks account so there's no extra set up work to do. Just get ready to sell to your new Swedish customers.Continue Reading >
Australia is one of the richest countries in the world. In fact, it’s the tenth largest eCommerce market by revenue, according to research by Management Consultancy firm, A.T Kearney.
As such, breaking into Australian eCommerce is an exciting global expansion opportunity for online sellers who are looking to grow their business and reach new audiences.
But, before exploring a totally new country and eCommerce market on the other side of the world, it’s imperative that you have a well-thought-out plan in place.
So, what exactly do you need to know about selling in Australia? And what are the best Australian marketplaces to be aware of?Continue Reading >
Despite only 38% of the country’s total population shopping online, China has become the largest eCommerce market worldwide.
In fact, thanks to its growing middle class and rapidly increasing consumer spending, online retail is set to hit $1.8 trillion by 2022, making it a market worth setting your sites on.
But what exactly is there to know about selling in China? And which are the best Chinese marketplaces to sell on?Continue Reading >
With global eCommerce sales currently totalling $2.3 trillion and eCommerce growth projections predicting that this will reach a staggering $4.87 trillion by 2021, if you’re not already selling internationally then now really is the time to start planning for it.
After all, with the value of eCommerce continuing to grow at an unprecedented rate worldwide, so does the opportunities it offers in terms of reach, sales and business growth.Continue Reading >
While there’s no denying that international selling offers huge opportunities for online retailers, it also brings new responsibilities with regards to understanding and complying with VAT liabilities, charges and thresholds in each European country.
In fact, with value-added tax (VAT) on goods and services varying widely across the EU, it often acts as a barrier for eCommerce sellers wanting to expand into Europe.Continue Reading >