The US is the second largest market in the world for online sellers, and according to eMarketer, it is estimated that US consumers will spend $270 billion online in 2016, making it an extremely lucrative market for retailers looking to sell overseas.Continue Reading >
There are huge opportunities for any online seller looking to grow their business on eBay, the problem is that despite the site’s global reach and large active customer base, simply having a presence on the marketplace isn’t enough to secure visibility and generate sales.Continue Reading >
The German eCommerce market is one of the largest in the world, accounting for 25% of European eCommerce volume and €71 billion in eCommerce sales.
In other words, it's a country that provides a huge opportunity for global expansion.
But what exactly do you need to know about selling into Germany? And more importantly, which channels should you be selling on?Continue Reading >
Whether you're already selling internationally, or are reluctant to sell overseas due to the hassle and risk involved, an international fulfilment service could be a good fit for your business.
What's more is that there are plenty of options available to you when it comes to outsourcing your fulfillment (you can view the list here), although two of the most notable are Amazon and eBay's own fulfilment programmes; FBA and eBay GSP.
Now while it's not necessarily a case of Amazon FBA vs eBay GSP, it is worth understanding how they both operate and the benefits and drawbacks of each.Continue Reading >
If you sell online, you are inevitably going to get returns. Although many online sellers think of selling internationally as a one-way ticket to business growth, few seem to take into account the consideration of international returns.Continue Reading >