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December 13 2016

In the newsComment: Why UK retailers should target international shoppers this Christmas

Drapers. Global cross-border online sales are expected to more than double over the next five years and the UK’s weakened pound is offering… Read More >

Drapers. Global cross-border online sales are expected to more than double over the next five years and the UK’s weakened pound is offering British retailers a world of opportunity this Christmas.

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December 06 2016

In the newsAs the world reacts to the Donald Trump victory, how will SMEs be affected?

Real Business. A Donald Trump victory was not on the cards, but UK SMEs must be prepared for what comes in the… Read More >

Real Business. A Donald Trump victory was not on the cards, but UK SMEs must be prepared for what comes in the future – and everyone is likely to be affected.

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December 05 2016

In the newsWhat Trump and Brexit mean for SMEs

The Telegraph. Volatile currency markets in the wake of Brexit and Donald Trump's election make long-term planning difficult for small businesses. Read More >

The Telegraph. Volatile currency markets in the wake of Brexit and Donald Trump’s election make long-term planning difficult for small businesses.

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November 11 2016

In the newsWoolOvers overhauls international eCommerce

Essential Retail. Woolovers is improving its international shipping capabilities by localising the shopping experience for overseas customers. Read More >

Essential Retail. Woolovers is improving its international shipping capabilities by localising the shopping experience for overseas customers.

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November 10 2016

In the newsWest Sussex knitwear brand targets overseas expansion with ecommerce firm

BDAILY. Knitwear retailer WoolOvers has entered into a new partnership with a London-based tech firm to help support its growth to overseas markets. Read More >

BDAILY. Knitwear retailer WoolOvers has entered into a new partnership with a London-based tech firm to help support its growth to overseas markets.

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November 10 2016

Press releaseWoolOvers partners with Global-e to accelerate international growth and strengthen customer experience overseas

WoolOvers selects leading cross-border eCommerce specialist Global-e to implement a fully localised shopping experience for new and existing customers in fast-growing markets across… Read More >

WoolOvers selects leading cross-border eCommerce specialist Global-e to implement a fully localised shopping experience for new and existing customers in fast-growing markets across the globe

                                  

London, UK – 10 November 2016 – Leading knitwear retailer WoolOvers has partnered with Global-e – Europe’s leading cross-border eCommerce specialist – to enhance the customer experience provided to international shoppers and accelerate growth in fast-growing markets overseas.

Since starting to ship internationally in 2002, WoolOvers has gained an international reputation for its quality knitwear and accessories and first rate customer service. Around 30 per cent of WoolOvers’ business is now international, with the bulk of sales coming from English-speaking markets such as Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand, as well as France and Russia.

Following its majority stake acquisition by Langholm Capital in 2015, WoolOvers wanted to expand its international customer base further. The retailer was looking to invest in a comprehensive cross-border eCommerce solution that would enable it to increase the efficiency of its online cross-border activity without heavy investments and accelerate sales in new and existing markets worldwide.

WoolOvers turned to Global-e to deliver a fully localised shopping experience in key markets such as Canada, New Zealand, Benelux, Scandinavia, and Rest of World. Following a quick and easy, eight week implementation, Global-e’s completely responsive solution made it possible for WoolOvers to offer a fully localised experience to customers in more than 55 countries worldwide. With more than 60 currencies, 45 different payment methods, localised pricing, and local language checkout in more than 10 different languages, WoolOvers’ already high customer service ratings have continued to strengthen in key markets internationally.

Martin Francis, Chief Customer Officer, at WoolOvers, said: “We were ahead of the game when we started to ship internationally and over the last 17 years we have enjoyed great success expanding into new markets. However, as customer expectations continue to rise, we came to the realisation that we needed to bring in more support and expertise to assist us as we scale up the business internationally. Global-e has proven to be the perfect partner for our business. Since day one, they have impressed us with speed of delivery and quality of support, and we’re already seeing a positive impact on sales around the world. I would recommend Global-e without hesitation to any online retailer.”  

 Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO, at Global-e, added: There’s a world opportunity for retailers such as WoolOvers to target shoppers overseas, but as our recent research into the US market shows, many online retailers are failing to offer shoppers a fully localised experience. Our comprehensive solution gives retailers the ability to provide shoppers with a much improved experience with local pricing, payment methods, and a wider range of shipping choices. By fully localising the shopping experience, retailers can enjoy impressive returns with conversions typically increasing by over 50 per cent. And with the pound currently at a 31-year low, it’s a great time to target new markets overseas.”

 

 

OCTOBER 25 2016

In the newsUS most sought after market for UK retailers: Global-e

Fibre 2 Fashion. A majority of the retailers in the UK consider US to be their most important e-commerce market, even though less… Read More >

Fibre 2 Fashion. A majority of the retailers in the UK consider US to be their most important e-commerce market, even though less than half of them sell their products in the latter country, says a recently conducted survey. This development is due to the pound hitting an all-time low, while the dollar continues to perform well against the other currencies of the world.

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OCTOBER 25 2016

In the newsUS most sought after market for UK retailers

Fashion Network. A majority of the retailers in the UK consider US to be their most important e-commerce market, even though less than… Read More >

Fashion Network. A majority of the retailers in the UK consider US to be their most important e-commerce market, even though less than half of them sell their products in the latter country, says a recently conducted survey. This development is due to the pound hitting an all-time low, while the dollar continues to perform well against the other currencies of the world.

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OCTOBER 24 2016

In the newsUS now vital e-commerce market for UK retailers

Apparel Resources. A new study has revealed that UK retailers consider US to be the most crucial e-commerce market, despite fewer than half… Read More >

Apparel Resources. A new study has revealed that UK retailers consider US to be the most crucial e-commerce market, despite fewer than half selling on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.

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October 24 2016

In the newsUS most important market for UK retailers

Fashion United.  The US is the most attractive e-commerce market for British retailers according to a new study from Global-e, despite fewer than… Read More >

Fashion United.  The US is the most attractive e-commerce market for British retailers according to a new study from Global-e, despite fewer than half of UK retailers selling across the pond.

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OCTOBER 21 2016

In the newsUSA now prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce, finds research from Global-e

The Marketing Blog. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that the majority… Read More >

The Marketing Blog. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that the majority (59%) of British retailers consider the US to be the most important retail e-commerce market.

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October 21 2016

In the newsUS now the most important market for UK retailers

Retail Gazette. A new study has revealed that UK retailers consider the US to be the most crucial ecommerce market, despite fewer… Read More >

Retail Gazette. A new study has revealed that UK retailers consider the US to be the most crucial ecommerce market, despite fewer than half selling across the pond.

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OCTOBER 21 2016

In the newsThe US #1 retail e-commerce market for British retailers

IT Pro Portal. New laws, a strong dollar and a weak pound have made the US an attractive location. Read More >

IT Pro Portal. New laws, a strong dollar and a weak pound have made the US an attractive location.

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October 20 2016

In the newsUSA now prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce

Growth Business. Over half of UK retailers consider the US to be the most significant overseas e-commerce market, according to new research. But… Read More >

Growth Business. Over half of UK retailers consider the US to be the most significant overseas e-commerce market, according to new research. But are these businesses prepared?

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October 20 2016

In the newsUSA now prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce, Global-e research shows

Retail Times. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that the majority (59%) of British… Read More >

Retail Times. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that the majority (59%) of British retailers consider the US to be the most important retail e-commerce market. However, less than half (44%) of UK retailers currently sell to shoppers in the US and relatively few have plans to do so in the future. Just 13% of British retailers are currently planning to start selling to shoppers in the US.

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October 20 2016

In the newsUS the ‘prime location’ for UK retailers

Retail Systems. The US is now the prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce, according to a new report which suggests that… Read More >

Retail Systems. The US is now the prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce, according to a new report which suggests that the decline of the pound has presented a big opportunity.

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October 20 2016

In the newsUK retailers consider US to be the most important ecommerce market

PCR. A survey of 250 British retailers by Global-e has revealed 59 per cent consider the US to be the most important ecommerce… Read More >

PCR. A survey of 250 British retailers by Global-e has revealed 59 per cent consider the US to be the most important ecommerce market. Despite this, only 44 per cent of UK retailers are actually selling to consumers in the States, and 13 per cent are planning to start selling to this market.

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October 20 2016

In the newsThis is the most important market for British businesses

London Loves Business. The majority (59%) of British retailers consider the US to be the most important retail e-commerce market, acccording to a… Read More >

London Loves Business. The majority (59%) of British retailers consider the US to be the most important retail e-commerce market, acccording to a survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist.

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October 20 2016

Press releaseUSA now prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce, finds research from Global-e

Over half (59%) of retail decision makers consider the US to be the most significant overseas e-commerce market Yet less than 50… Read More >

  • Over half (59%) of retail decision makers consider the US to be the most significant overseas e-commerce market
  • Yet less than 50 per cent (44%) of UK retail decision makers currently sell to shoppers in the US
  • More than a quarter (26%) currently sell to shoppers in the US online only.

 LONDON, UK: 20th October 2016: A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that the majority (59%) of British retailers consider the US to be the most important retail e-commerce market. However, less than half (44%) of UK retailers currently sell to shoppers in the US and relatively few have plans to do so in the future. Just 13% of British retailers are currently planning to start selling to shoppers in the US.

The US is one of the largest and most sophisticated e-commerce markets in the world. Online sales reached $341.7 billion in 2015 – a 14.6 per cent increase on 2014’s $298.3 billion – and this growth is only set to continue over the next three years. By 2019, the North American e-commerce market will soar by 59 per cent to $579.9 billion, making it bigger than the e-commerce markets of Europe, the Middle East and Africa combined, and second only to Asia Pacific in global rankings.

The US has become all the more attractive to overseas retailers since a new bill was introduced earlier this year to raise the level at which import taxes are applied from $200 to $800. It is now considerably cheaper, and in most cases tax-free, for US shoppers to purchase from foreign merchants online. Coupled with the pound at an all-time low in the wake Brexit and the dollar performing so well against other currencies, now is the optimum time for British retailers to target US consumers.

The Global-e study has found that British retailers appreciate the US opportunity – of all British retailers that are either targeting or intend to target US shoppers, over half (51%) are motivated by the opportunity to grow sales for their business. Worryingly, however, almost half (48%) of the retailers that are targeting or planning to target US shoppers, are doing so with their existing UK offering with no localisation whatsoever. It’s no surprise, then, that retailers who have launched e-commerce activity in the US have faced difficulties in doing so. For instance, two fifths of retailers pointed to shipping and customs issues as a difficulty (42%). Over a quarter of UK retailers experienced in catering to the US market said that they had faced difficulty with laws and regulation complexity (state vs federal) when selling to US shoppers (28%). Retailers also point to vary shipping options (49%), taxes and duties calculated in final price (39%), local returns (32%) and local currency (28%) as improvements to their US site they would like to address.

Nir Debbi CMO and co-founder of Global-e, said: Now is an opportune time for British retailers to do business in the United States. US consumers’ appetite for cross-border shopping is growing rapidly. Following the new rules, they can now buy more for the same price from abroad which is great news for foreign retailers selling into the US. Particularly for British retailers, where post-Brexit shock has caused the American dollar to surge against the British pound.”

As online shopping becomes quicker, safer and more convenient than ever before, North America’s growing e-commerce market represents a significant opportunity for trusted international retailers to boost sales. Indeed, American consumers are increasingly shopping across borders, with over half (54%) of frequent online shoppers have bought at least one item online from a retailer based outside of the United States according to research conducted by Comscore,.

Although there is no language barrier to contend with, US shoppers often feel unconfident about making a purchase if the online store doesn’t offer prices in US dollars, provide local returns, multiple shipping options at attractive rates, and guarantee no additional taxes or costs upon delivery. According to Global-e’s data, 99 per cent of US customers prefer to pay in US dollars, when given the option by a foreign retailer and conversion rates are increasing to over 90 per cent with a localised offering.

“Retailers should take into consideration the local competition and remove major barriers in order to realise the full potential of the US e-commerce market. Most retailers fail to offer overseas customers their local payment methods, localised pricing or multiple shipping options at attractive rates and local return options – which impacts conversions abroad. Retailers must streamline the customer experience by providing localisation, this needn’t mean building a standalone website from the outset or negotiating deals in every market. Retailers can achieve this high standard without investing heavy time and money into the process by working with specialist partners to achieve the personalisation the consumer expects.” Added Nir Debbi.

Global-e is the leading European provider of cross-border solutions for e-commerce retailers. The company, headquartered in Farringdon, London, enables retailers to provide a fully localised e-commerce offering to customers in more than 200 destinations worldwide. Global-e is working with a growing number of leading retailers, including Crabtree and Evelyn, Astley Clarke, Illamasqua, Golf Support and Griffin Technology.

Global-e commissioned Censuswide to survey 250 senior decision makers at retail businesses in the UK. The survey carried out online and undertaken in May 2016

Sep 28-29 2016

EventGlobal-e at the eCommerce Expo 2016

This year, Global-e will be proudly sponsoring the Delivery & Cross-Border Theatre at eCommerce Expo 2016 (28-29 September, Olympia London) and hosting a… Read More >

This year, Global-e will be proudly sponsoring the Delivery & Cross-Border Theatre at eCommerce Expo 2016 (28-29 September, Olympia London) and hosting a speaking session on Cross-border eCommerce post-Brexit.

Booming with the Brexit decision and the weakening of the pound, the UK cross-border eCommerce market is providing UK retailers with a great opportunity to expand internationally whilst enjoying huge uplifts in conversions and international sales. 

Join us at the Delivery & Cross-Border Theatre on 28th September at 12.15pm or visit us at Stand E1282 to find out how to capitalise on this opportunity and achieve a seamless, successful international expansion. 

 

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September 15 2016

In the newsHow to re-platform for cross-border ecommerce success

Retail Technology. Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO at Global-e, on the importance and key considerations of re-platforming for cross-border ecommerce business Read More >

Retail Technology. Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO at Global-e, on the importance and key considerations of re-platforming for cross-border ecommerce business

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August 20 2016

In the newsA localised online offering is key for international e-commerce success

IT Pro Portal. The digital e-commerce market is set to increase to over $8 (£5.6) trillion by 2020and eMarketer research predicted that e-commerce… Read More >

IT Pro Portal. The digital e-commerce market is set to increase to over $8 (£5.6) trillion by 2020and eMarketer research predicted that e-commerce sales will make up 12.8 per cent of the total retail market worldwide by 2019. E-commerce provides retailers with an unparalleled ability to quickly grow their businesses internationally as they can offer goods and services to customers in foreign markets without the need for a physical presence.

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August 19 2016

In the newsWhat effect did Brexit have on our shopping habits? ONS

Internet Retailing. Did the vote to leave the EU send shoppers running from the high streets, or provide a deterrent to online shopping?… Read More >

Internet Retailing. Did the vote to leave the EU send shoppers running from the high streets, or provide a deterrent to online shopping? According to the latest official figures, the short answer to that question is no.

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August 18 2016

In the newsPost-Brexit retail sales figures smash all expectations: ONS

Retail Gazette. The first official retail sales figures of July from the Office of National Statistics were released this morning, showing growth… Read More >

Retail Gazette. The first official retail sales figures of July from the Office of National Statistics were released this morning, showing growth across all sectors despite Brexit uncertainty.

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August 12 2016

In the newsGolf Support tees off for global growth

Retail Technology. Online golf shop Golf Support is targeting global growth with a new tech partnership. Read More >

Retail Technology. Online golf shop Golf Support is targeting global growth with a new tech partnership.

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August 11 2016

In the newsGolf Support signs deal with Global-e

Retail Systems. Online golf retailer Golf Support has partnered with Global-e to support its international growth plans and improve the customer experience for… Read More >

Retail Systems. Online golf retailer Golf Support has partnered with Global-e to support its international growth plans and improve the customer experience for overseas shoppers.

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August 10 2016

In the newsGolf Support targets international growth, with localised customer service experience powered by Global-e

Retail Times. Golf Support, the UK’s number one online golf shop, has partnered with Global-e – Europe’s leading cross-border eCommerce specialist – to support its… Read More >

Retail Times. Golf Support, the UK’s number one online golf shop, has partnered with Global-e – Europe’s leading cross-border eCommerce specialist – to support its international growth plans and enhance the customer experience provided to shoppers overseas across any device.

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July 14 2016

In the newsHobbycraft in international online sales push

Essential Retail. Hobbycraft ramped up its international operations on Wednesday night (13 July) as it went live with a new eCommerce tool that… Read More >

Essential Retail. Hobbycraft ramped up its international operations on Wednesday night (13 July) as it went live with a new eCommerce tool that offers a tailored online service to customers visiting its website from outside the UK.

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July 12 2016

In the newsRe-platforming to drive growth: key considerations

Internet Retailing. As every online retailer knows, re-platforming is part and parcel of running an e-commerce business. As sales volumes grow, consumer behaviour… Read More >

Internet Retailing. As every online retailer knows, re-platforming is part and parcel of running an e-commerce business. As sales volumes grow, consumer behaviour and expectations change, and new technologies emerge, re-platforming is an essential part of staying competitive, scaling up, and keeping customers happy.

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July 07 2016

In the newsCrabtree & Evelyn explores Europe online with Global-e

Essential Retail. Crabtree & Evelyn is expanding its cross-border reach in Europe, by partnering with global eCommerce platform, Global-e, to gain a perspective… Read More >

Essential Retail. Crabtree & Evelyn is expanding its cross-border reach in Europe, by partnering with global eCommerce platform, Global-e, to gain a perspective on potential new markets.

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July 01 2016

In the newsBrexit – one week on

IMRG. It has now been a week since we found out that the UK had voted to leave the EU. Read More >

IMRG. It has now been a week since we found out that the UK had voted to leave the EU.

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June 22 2016

In the newsLEAVE OR REMAIN: Sell cross-border

BDAILY. Ahead of the British referendum vote, it’s an uncertain time for British retailers operating cross-border in EU member countries. The EU is… Read More >

BDAILY. Ahead of the British referendum vote, it’s an uncertain time for British retailers operating cross-border in EU member countries. The EU is the UK’s biggest trading partner, as member countries buy 44% of all the goods that Britain, and British businesses, sell abroad. It is therefore important that retailers continue long term plans to take advantage of rapid growth in cross-border ecommerce.

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June 22 2016

In the newsLeave or remain: Cross-boarder e-commerce is here to stay

Talk Retail. With the British referendum vote due on the 23rd June, it’s an uncertain time for British business in general but… Read More >

Talk Retail. With the British referendum vote due on the 23rd June, it’s an uncertain time for British business in general but in particular for British retailers operating cross-border in multiple EU member countries. It is important that retailers continue long term plans to take advantage of rapid growth in cross-border e-commerce, whether Britain is in or out of the European Union.

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June 21 2016

In the newsThe Digital Single Market – will it actually bring down borders for e-commerce in Europe?

Internet Retailing. The Digital Single Market holds the potential for UK retailers to achieve greater cross-border sales goals and to create a strong… Read More >

Internet Retailing. The Digital Single Market holds the potential for UK retailers to achieve greater cross-border sales goals and to create a strong trading environment across the Eurozone – but only if the terms serve the consumer and the retailer.

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June 21 2016

In the newsHow would Remain or Leave affect the ecommerce and multichannel industry?

Internet Retailing. What are the arguments for Remain or Leave from the ecommerce and multichannel retail industries? We asked for contributions from… Read More >

Internet Retailing. What are the arguments for Remain or Leave from the ecommerce and multichannel retail industries? We asked for contributions from across the industry on the debate, ahead of Thursday’s EU Referendum. Here’s what you told us.

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Jun 21-23 2016

EventGlobal-e at the eTail Europe 2016

Global-e will sponsor eTail Europe 2016 summit. Global-e will be exhibiting at this two days event for eCommerce & Multi-Channel Retail Innovators.… Read More >

Global-e will sponsor eTail Europe 2016 summit. Global-e will be exhibiting at this two days event for eCommerce & Multi-Channel Retail Innovators.

This event will take place on June 21-23 2016 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London.

If you would like to meet a member of Global-e, please email us : info@global-e.com  and we will set up a time convenient to your schedule.

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June 20 2016

In the newsBrexit: What the retail industry is thinking

Essential Retail.  Essential Retail has gathered together the thoughts on Brexit from significant voices in the retail industry, ahead of the EU referendum… Read More >

Essential Retail.  Essential Retail has gathered together the thoughts on Brexit from significant voices in the retail industry, ahead of the EU referendum later this week.

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June 13-15 2016

EventGlobal-e at the Demandware XChange Conference Europe

Global-e will attend the 2016 Demandware XChange Conference Europe. The event will take place on 13-15 June 2016 in Berlin. Read More >

Global-e will attend the 2016 Demandware XChange Conference Europe. The event will take place on 13-15 June 2016 in Berlin.

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May 31 2016

In the newsMajority of British retailers have no Brexit plans

FASHION UNITED. New research has revealed that 60 percent of British retailers have made no business plans should a Brexit go ahead in… Read More >

FASHION UNITED. New research has revealed that 60 percent of British retailers have made no business plans should a Brexit go ahead in June. According to a survey of 250 British retail decision-makers by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, 96 percent of retail sole traders have made no business provisions at all for a potential Brexit.

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May 25 2016

In the newsNo Brexit plans in place for 60% of British retailers, finds research from Global-e

Retail Times. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that 3 in 5 (60%)… Read More >

Retail Times. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that 3 in 5 (60%) retailers have made no business plans whatsoever should a Brexit go ahead in June; a little over a month away. In fact, 96% of retail sole traders have made no business provisions at all for a potential Brexit.

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May 25 2016

In the newsEU referendum: No Brexit plans in place for 60% of British retailers

International Business Times. Six in ten British retailers have not made plans to deal with any potential fallout from Britain leaving the… Read More >

International Business Times. Six in ten British retailers have not made plans to deal with any potential fallout from Britain leaving the European Union next month, a survey released on Wednesday 25 May showed.

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May 25 2016

In the newsRetailers unprepared for Brexit

Essential Ecommerce. Nearly two-thirds of British retailers have made no plans for a potential UK exit from the European Union. Read More >

Essential Ecommerce. Nearly two-thirds of British retailers have made no plans for a potential UK exit from the European Union.

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May 25 2016

In the newsNo Brexit plans in place for 60% of British retailers, finds research from Global-e

The Marketingblog. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that 3 in 5 (60%)… Read More >

The Marketingblog. A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that 3 in 5 (60%) retailers have made no business plans whatsoever should a Brexit go ahead in June; a little over a month away. In fact, 96% of retail sole traders have made no business provisions at all for a potential Brexit.

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May 18 2016

EventGlobal-e at the IMRG eCommerce Worldwide Summit

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, was the headline Sponsor of the 2016 IMRG eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit on May 18… Read More >

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, was the headline Sponsor of the 2016 IMRG eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit on May 18 2016 at the ExCeL London. With great honor Nir Debbie, Global-e’s CMO, hosted Mark Batty, Boden’s Head of International Development, in a shared keynote address.

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MAY 11 2016

In the newsGlobal-e raises €17.5 million to accelerate growth in Europe

Ecommerce News. Global-e, an Israeli ecommerce startup that enables retailers to go cross-border, has secured a 20 million dollar (€17.5 million) investment led… Read More >

Ecommerce News. Global-e, an Israeli ecommerce startup that enables retailers to go cross-border, has secured a 20 million dollar (€17.5 million) investment led by Red Dot Capital Partners. The cross-border company wants to use this capital to support and accelerate its growth and expansion in Europe.

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MAY 09 2016

In the newsGlobal-e secures $20m to grow in Europe

Essential Retail. Global-e raises $20 million from Red Dot Capital Partners to support European expansion. Read More >

Essential Retail. Global-e raises $20 million from Red Dot Capital Partners to support European expansion.

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MAY 09 2016

In the newsGlobal-e raises $20m to accelerate growth in Europe

Direct Commerce. Global-e, a cross-border e-commerce specialist, has secured a $20 million investment led by Red Dot Capital Partners, an investment fund… Read More >

Direct Commerce. Global-e, a cross-border e-commerce specialist, has secured a $20 million investment led by Red Dot Capital Partners, an investment fund for growth-stage technology companies funded by Temasek Holdings, the Singapore government-owned investment company.

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MAY 09 2016

In the newsGlobal-e raises $20m to accelerate growth in Europe

Fintech Finance. Cross-border e-commerce specialist, Global-e becomes the first company to secure funding from Red Dot Capital Partners, a Temasek Holdings funded growth… Read More >

Fintech Finance. Cross-border e-commerce specialist, Global-e becomes the first company to secure funding from Red Dot Capital Partners, a Temasek Holdings funded growth stage capital fund

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MAY 09 2016

In the newsCross-border e-commerce startup Global-e secures $20 million to accelerate European growth

tech.eu. E-commerce startup Global-e has raised $20 million in funding from Red Dot Capital Partners to accelerate its growth in Europe. Read More >

tech.eu. E-commerce startup Global-e has raised $20 million in funding from Red Dot Capital Partners to accelerate its growth in Europe.

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MAY 09 2016

In the newsGlobal-e raises $20m for European growth

Retail Systems. UK e-commerce firm Global-e has secured a $20 million investment led by Red Dot Capital Partners, which will be used… Read More >

Retail Systems. UK e-commerce firm Global-e has secured a $20 million investment led by Red Dot Capital Partners, which will be used to support and accelerate the company’s growth and expansion in Europe and other target markets.

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MAY 09 2016

In the newsIsraeli e-commerce startup Global-e raises $20m

GLOBES. The company enables retailers to provide a localised e-commerce offering in more than 200 destinations worldwide. Read More >

GLOBES. The company enables retailers to provide a localised e-commerce offering in more than 200 destinations worldwide.

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Apr 29 2016

In the newsGriffin Technology Pursues International Growth

Digital Marketing Magazine. Griffin Technology, the creator of award-winning and thoughtfully designed mobile and gadget solutions, has selected Global-e as its cross-border… Read More >

Digital Marketing Magazine. Griffin Technology, the creator of award-winning and thoughtfully designed mobile and gadget solutions, has selected Global-e as its cross-border e-commerce partner, to support expanding its international reach outside the US, starting with the EMEIA markets.

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Apr 27 2016

EventGlobal-e at the Internet Retailing Expo

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, will be attending Internet Retailing Expo on 27-28 April 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.… Read More >

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, will be attending Internet Retailing Expo on 27-28 April 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham.

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Apr 20 2016

In the newsGlobal-e pairs up with US technology firm in ecommerce deal

Bdaily. Cross-border ecommerce company Global-e has announced a deal with US technology firm Griffin Technology. Read More >

Bdaily. Cross-border ecommerce company Global-e has announced a deal with US technology firm Griffin Technology.

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APR 20 2016

Press releaseGriffin Technology pursues International growth, with localised e-commerce experience powered by Global-e

Griffin Technology partners with leading cross-border e-commerce specialist Global-e to support international growth and enhance the shopping experience for customers in EMEIA… Read More >

Griffin Technology partners with leading cross-border e-commerce specialist Global-e to support international growth and enhance the shopping experience for customers in EMEIA and worldwide

UK, London – 20 April 2016 – Griffin Technology, the creator of award-winning and thoughtfully designed mobile and gadget solutions, has selected Global-e as its cross-border e-commerce partner, to support expanding its international reach outside the US, starting with the EMEIA markets.

 

Founded in 1992, Griffin Technology made a name for itself by designing and manufacturing innovative consumer technology accessories. Since then, the brand has grown to become one of the world’s foremost creators of accessories for home, mobile, and personal technology in the US. Today, Griffin designs, manufactures and sells mobile and gadget accessories to shoppers in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, through major retailers and online.

 

Last year Griffin appointed Apple’s former retail director, Neil Edwards, as managing director for Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA). At Griffin, Neil has been tasked with expanding the business across the EMEIA region, and supporting international growth worldwide.

 

To capitalise upon the rapidly growing cross-border e-commerce market, and give international shoppers greater convenience and confidence to purchase, Griffin recognised that it needed to offer its shoppers in EMEIA and worldwide the same great shopping experience as in the US web-store.

 

Griffin partnered with Global-e to enhance its existing worldwide e-commerce offering, ensuring a consistently high quality experience for all shoppers worldwide, with fully localised pricing, local currencies, local payment methods, multiple shipping options, across all devices, without long and costly setup processes and investments.

 

Global-e’s fully responsive solution means that Griffin can now offer more than 60 currencies, over 45 different payment methods, localised multi-lingual checkout, multiple shipping options, and local duty and tax calculation and prepayment on any device.

 

Neil Edwards, Managing Director International, at Griffin Technology, said: “We are focussed on growing the Griffin brand internationally and want to see Griffin become the go-to brand for tech accessories worldwide. Although we already have many existing customers outside the US, we recognised that we weren’t tapping into this potential customer base fully, especially online. To do that, we knew that we needed to offer a consistent and fully localised experience in every market. Global-e’s solution enables us to do just that and we are already seeing a significant increase in international sales as a result.”

 

Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO, at Global-e, commented: “Savvy brands like Griffin Technology are increasingly recognising the huge sales opportunity that cross-border e-commerce is opening up. However, without a fully localised shopping experience, retailers will struggle to take full advantage of this opportunity and give shoppers the confidence to make a purchase. To grow sales globally, retailers must ensure they are offering a consistent experience in all markets. We’re thrilled to be working with a forward-thinking brand like Griffin to improve the shopping experience for technology consumers internationally.”

 

The launch of the new Griffin website has been timed perfectly to coincide with the release of some fantastic product offerings including the likes of the Survivor Power Bank, the BreakSafe USB-C Power Cable, a new keychain-sized travel power bank for the Apple Watch and the Survivor Glass Protector, among others

Apr 14 2016

In the newsInsight around the world

Internet Retailing. China’s total ecommerce market is expected to increase by 50% to £1.06trillion ($1.5trillion) by 2020. With increased interest from Chinese shoppers… Read More >

Internet Retailing. China’s total ecommerce market is expected to increase by 50% to £1.06trillion ($1.5trillion) by 2020. With increased interest from Chinese shoppers for foreign products bought on international websites this is a great opportunity for UK retailers.

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Mar 23 2016

EventGlobal-e at the eCommerce 1 to 1 Monaco

Global-e will attend eCommerce 1 to 1 Monaco, a leading event held at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco from the 23rd to… Read More >

Global-e will attend eCommerce 1 to 1 Monaco, a leading event held at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco from the 23rd to 25th of March.

Partnering with Comexposium, we will sponsor this event and will share our expertise on our speaking session, ‘Cross-Border eCommerce: Barriers and Growth Opportunities’.

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Mar 09 2016

In the newsCrabtree & Evelyn targets international sales, with enhanced e-commerce experience powered by Global-e

Retail Times. Global beauty brand, Crabtree & Evelyn, has selected Global-e as its cross-border e-commerce partner to support its international growth plans and provide an… Read More >

Retail Times. Global beauty brand, Crabtree & Evelyn, has selected Global-e as its cross-border e-commerce partner to support its international growth plans and provide an enhanced and fully localised online shopping experience for customers in more than 200 markets worldwide.

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Mar 09 2016

In the newsCrabtree & Evelyn eyes global expansion

Retail Systems. Beauty brand Crabtree & Evelyn has selected Global-e as its cross-border e-commerce partner to support the retailer’s international growth plans. Read More >

Retail Systems. Beauty brand Crabtree & Evelyn has selected Global-e as its cross-border e-commerce partner to support the retailer’s international growth plans.

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Mar 09 2016

In the newsWorldwide beauty brand partners with Global-e to capitalise on $1trn international market

Bdaily. London-based e-commerce specialist Global-e has been selected by global beauty brand Crabtree & Evelyn to help enhance its online international service. Read More >

Bdaily. London-based e-commerce specialist Global-e has been selected by global beauty brand Crabtree & Evelyn to help enhance its online international service.

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Mar 09 2016

Press releaseCrabtree & Evelyn targets international sales, with enhanced e-commerce experience powered by Global-e

Crabtree & Evelyn partners with leading cross-border e-commerce specialist Global-e to expand international e-commerce presence to more than 200 markets worldwide UK,… Read More >

Crabtree & Evelyn partners with leading cross-border e-commerce specialist Global-e to expand international e-commerce presence to more than 200 markets worldwide

UK, London – 9th March 2016 – Global beauty brand, Crabtree & Evelyn, has selected Global-e as its cross-border e-commerce partner to support its international growth plans and provide an enhanced and fully localised online shopping experience for customers in more than 200 markets worldwide.

 

Crabtree & Evelyn is renowned for its original fragrances and body lotions, fine bath and shower gels and gorgeous home spa products, all beautifully packaged to transform the ordinary rituals of daily life into extraordinary pleasurable experiences. Founded in 1972, Crabtree & Evelyn has grown its international footprint rapidly both on-and-offline.

 

To meet the rising expectations of online shoppers worldwide and capitalise upon the fast-growing global market for cross-border ecommerce, which is predicted to generate $1 trillion in sales by 2020, Crabtree & Evelyn asked Global-e to make shopping online an extraordinarily pleasurable experience for international shoppers.

 

The partnership with Global-e allowed Crabtree & Evelyn to address many of the obstacles that can impact the shopping experience and conversion rates overseas, such as a limited selection of currencies and payment options, lack of clarity over import duties and taxes, or the cost of shipping.

 

Fully responsive, Global-e’s solution supports more than 60 currencies, over 45 different payment methods, localised multi-lingual checkout, multiple shipping options, and local duty and tax calculation and prepayment on any device, giving shoppers 100% confidence to purchase and improving the shopping experience vastly.

 

Hannah Stote, eCommerce Manager, at Crabtree & Evelyn, said: “As a global beauty brand, it’s really important to us that we give our customers an excellent experience at all times, no matter where in the world they are. Our partnership with Global-e allows us to provide our customers with a fully localised experience, with far greater choice of currencies and payment methods, and a greater range of shipping options. After a smooth and guided implementation, we are already beginning to see a big difference, and we are excited to continue improving the international shopping experience in partnership with Global-e.”

 

Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO at Global-e, commented, “In today’s global market, retailers simply cannot afford to deliver a poor customer experiences for shoppers in the UK or elsewhere. With shoppers now becoming more accustomed to shopping online in many markets worldwide, retailers that don’t adapt to rising expectations will lose out to competitors that offer a better experience. Savvy retailers like Crabtree & Evelyn understand just how important the shopping experience is – and the potential sales uplift that can be achieved by tapping into fast-growing e-commerce markets around the world.”

 

 

 

Mar 07 2016

In the newsHow UK Retailers Can Embrace The Chinese Ecommerce Opportunity

Minutehack. When it comes to retail, China is still a world powerhouse of consumer demand. Fail to accommodate Chinese shoppers and you… Read More >

Minutehack. When it comes to retail, China is still a world powerhouse of consumer demand. Fail to accommodate Chinese shoppers and you could be missing out on megabucks.

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Feb 22 2016

In the newsUK Retailers Failing to Capitalise on China E-Commerce Market

Digital Marketing Magazine. Almost half of UK’s top online retailers are not capitalising on the great opportunity present in China’s e-commerce market,… Read More >

Digital Marketing Magazine. Almost half of UK’s top online retailers are not capitalising on the great opportunity present in China’s e-commerce market, while most retailers are failing to offer pricing in Chinese Yuan, adjusted content, Chinese local payment methods or import tax calculation.

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Feb 18 2016

In the newsUK China E-Commerce: Huge opportunity for British merchants

CCTV. How can UK retailers capitalize on China’s burgeoning e-commerce market? Watch CCTV’s interview with Global-e’s CEO, Amir Schlachet: UK China E-Commerce: Huge… Read More >

CCTV. How can UK retailers capitalize on China’s burgeoning e-commerce market? Watch CCTV’s interview with Global-e’s CEO, Amir Schlachet:

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Feb 15 2016

In the newsBritish retailers urged to court China’s e-commerce market

ShopSafe. Although China is quickly becoming home to the world’s biggest market for safe shopping online, a new report from Global-e has revealed… Read More >

ShopSafe. Although China is quickly becoming home to the world’s biggest market for safe shopping online, a new report from Global-e has revealed that only 55 per cent of retailers in the UK are targeting consumers in this vast country, according to Information Age.

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Feb 08 2016

In the newsUK retailers ‘failing to capitalise on China’

Retail Systems. The multi-trillion dollar e-commerce market in China is continuing to grow at a rapid pace, but UK retailers are failing to… Read More >

Retail Systems. The multi-trillion dollar e-commerce market in China is continuing to grow at a rapid pace, but UK retailers are failing to cash in, according to a new study.

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Feb 08 2016

In the newsUK retailers fail to capitalise on burgeoning e-commerce in China

Information Age. Almost half of the UK’s top online retailers are failing to capitalise on the big opportunities in China’s e-commerce market, according… Read More >

Information Age. Almost half of the UK’s top online retailers are failing to capitalise on the big opportunities in China’s e-commerce market, according to new research

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Jan 08 2016

In the newsThe Start-up of the Week: Global-e

Retail Week.  Read More >

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Dec 03 2015

In the news4 international ecommerce considerations this Christmas

Fresh Business Thinking. The festive season contributes to a massive proportion of retail revenue and with sales likely to surpass $885 billion,… Read More >

Fresh Business Thinking. The festive season contributes to a massive proportion of retail revenue and with sales likely to surpass $885 billion, the pressure is on for retailers to get their slice of Christmas takings.

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Dec 02 2015

In the newsHow can retailers capitalise on the international eCommerce opportunity this Christmas?

Marketing Technology Blog. With the global market for cross-border ecommerce now valued at £153bn ($230bn) in 2014, and predicted to surge to £666bn ($1… Read More >

Marketing Technology Blog. With the global market for cross-border ecommerce now valued at £153bn ($230bn) in 2014, and predicted to surge to £666bn ($1 trillion) by 2020, the business opportunity for UK retailers has never been greater.

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Dec 02 2015

In the newsHow can retailers harness international eCommerce opportunities this Christmas?

Netimperative. Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO at Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialists, offers advice to online retailers on how to capitalise upon… Read More >

Netimperative. Nir Debbi, co-founder and CMO at Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialists, offers advice to online retailers on how to capitalise upon the fast-growing cross-border e-commerce market.

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Nov 03 2015

EventGlobal-e at the eTail France

Global-e has partnered with Worldwide Business Research (WBR), the organizer of E-tail events worldwide, to sponsor eTail France, that will be held… Read More >

Global-e has partnered with Worldwide Business Research (WBR), the organizer of E-tail events worldwide, to sponsor eTail France, that will be held on November 3-4 at the Palace Trianon in Versailles.

This two-day event provides worldwide recognised high-quality networking opportunities and is a great source of inspiration and training. Designed for retailers by retailers, attendees engage in small groups, where topics of interest from multichannel attribution to international expansion can be discussed in an unparalleled setting.

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Oct 29 2015

In the newsAstley Clarke partners with Global-e to bolster international e-commerce experience and drive global growth

Retail Times. Luxury British jewellery brand, Astley Clarke, has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate its international online expansion and deliver an improved ecommerce… Read More >

Retail Times. Luxury British jewellery brand, Astley Clarke, has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate its international online expansion and deliver an improved ecommerce experience to international markets. The luxury jewellery brand is now live with the Global-e solution, with localised ecommerce available in over 200 markets worldwide.

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Oct 29 2015

In the newsAstley Clarke partners with Global-e to drive global growth

Professional Jeweller. Luxury British jewellery brand, Astley Clarke, has announced that it has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate its… Read More >

Professional Jeweller. Luxury British jewellery brand, Astley Clarke, has announced that it has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate its international online expansion and deliver an improved eCommerce experience to international markets.

 

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Oct 29 2015

In the newsAstley Clarke chooses Global-e to further international expansion

Essential Ecommerce. Luxury jewellery retailer, Astley Clarke, is partnering with Global-e to further its international expansion beyond the UK and US. Read More >

Essential Ecommerce. Luxury jewellery retailer, Astley Clarke, is partnering with Global-e to further its international expansion beyond the UK and US.

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Oct 29 2015

In the newsJewellery brand Astley Clarke partners with Global-e to boost international e-commerce growth

BDAILY. ILuxury jewellery brand, Astley Clarke, has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate international online expansion and deliver an improved… Read More >

BDAILY. ILuxury jewellery brand, Astley Clarke, has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate international online expansion and deliver an improved eCommerce experience to international markets.

 

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Oct 29 2015

In the newsAstley Clarke eyes cross-border expansion

Retail Systems. Luxury British jewellery brand Astley Clarke has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate its international online expansion. Read More >

Retail Systems. Luxury British jewellery brand Astley Clarke has selected Global-e as its cross-border commerce partner to accelerate its international online expansion.

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Oct 29 2015

EventGlobal-e at the Club eCommerce Barcelona

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive solutions for cross-border eCommerce, will attend the Club eCommerce Cross-Border Summit 1to1 in Barcelona on the… Read More >

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive solutions for cross-border eCommerce, will attend the Club eCommerce Cross-Border Summit 1to1 in Barcelona on the next 29 and 30th of October.

The two-day event will feature networking sessions with Spanish and international retailers, as well as, workshops and speaking sessions. With a strong focus on the interaction between online retailers and eCommerce experts and solution providers, this exclusive event is an amazing opportunity to network and put in common best practices on cross-border eCommerce. Miles Paterson, Sales Director at Global-e, will be sharing Global-e’s cross-border expertise at a dedicated workshop on Friday 30th. Presenting case studies and examples of success from real clients, he will provide insight on how to achieve an effective international expansion and fully utilise the opportunity in Cross-Border eCommerce.

 

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Sep 30 2015

EventGlobal-e at the eCommerce Expo

Global-e is attending eCommerce Expo 2015 and welcoming eCommerce professionals from around the world at Stand 350. We are proud sponsors of… Read More >

Global-e is attending eCommerce Expo 2015 and welcoming eCommerce professionals from around the world at Stand 350. We are proud sponsors of the eCommerce & Omnichannel Theatre, where Miles Paterson – our Sales Director – has shared Global-e’s expertise in front of a full hall, providing essential insight on how to achieve an effective international expansion and fully utilise the opportunity in Cross-Border eCommerce.

 

An unmissable event, eCommerce Expo is held annually at London Olympia and themed across the core areas within eCommerce. Combining exhibitions, speaking sessions and live technology demostrations, the event welcomes thousands of eCommerce professionals and specialists coming together for two days of networking, business and solid training every year.

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Sep 24 2015

EventInternet Retailing Awards

Our client, UK's premier swimwear specialist, Swimshop, have been nominated and shortlisted for the International Award at the prestigious Internet Retailing Awards. The winners will be revealed tonight, 24th September, in… Read More >

Our client, UK’s premier swimwear specialist, Swimshop, have been nominated and shortlisted for the International Award at the prestigious Internet Retailing Awards. The winners will be revealed tonight, 24th September, in the Awards Party at the exquisite Mandarin Oriental.

The International Award is a public recognition for retailers who have digitally enabled an international market for their products through brand extension, operational capability and market insight. The shortlist of Swimshop is in itself an official recognition of achievement and big success, both for Swimshop and Global-e.

 

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Sep 24 2015

EventGlobal-e at the eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, has partnered with IMRG, the UK’s industry association for e-retail, to be Headline Sponsor… Read More >

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, has partnered with IMRG, the UK’s industry association for e-retail, to be Headline Sponsor of the eCommerce Worldwide Cross-Border Summit 2015.

Providing essential insight on how to overcome cross-border barriers, our CMO Nir Debbi has addressed practical questions for a better understanding of how to reach new markets and grow worldwide at the event’s opening speaking session. Following Nir, our client Mark Sear, MD for SwimDirect, discussed our expertise and technology-based solution showing the stunning outputs and improvements that working with Global-e has provided for his brand, Swimshop.

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Jul 01 2015

EventGlobal-e at the eCommerce UK LinkedIn group event

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions for UK online retailers, has partnered with Practicology to sponsor the Cross-Border UK eCommerce… Read More >

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions for UK online retailers, has partnered with Practicology to sponsor the Cross-Border UK eCommerce event as part of the eCommerce UK LinkedIn Group.

The event will be held in the exclusive Ham Yard Hotel and is an ideal opportunity to learn, directly from the experts, about market statistics and cross-border eCommerce, as well as to be aware of updates and new trends in the sector. Our Sales Director, Miles Paterson, will be holding a speaking session to highlight the massive opportunity on cross-border eCommerce, as well as the significant barriers online retailers may find when trying to expand internationally and how to overcome them. After the speaking sessions there will be some time for informal networking and to share best practice and advice, completing the carefully designed agenda and topics of the event.

Jun 22 2015

EventGlobal-e at the eTail Europe

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of cross-border solutions for international eCommerce, has sponsored the eTail Europe Summit, a leading event for eCommerce and… Read More >

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of cross-border solutions for international eCommerce, has sponsored the eTail Europe Summit, a leading event for eCommerce and Multichannel professionals, held at Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre. Our stand has welcomed professionals and specialists within the sector.

Designed to connect the professionals and specialists within the European eCommerce Industry, this event of international reference is a great opportunity to learn, network and gain key knowledge about the latest trends. Our CEO, Amir Schlachet, participated on the Industry Strategy and Global Panel, and held a speaking session alongside Mark Sear, MD from our client SwimDirect, providing essential insight on localisation and how does it enable online retailers to expand and transact locally with customers in over 200 territories.

 

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Mar 25 2015

EventGlobal-e at the Internet Retailing Expo

Global-e is attending Internet Retailing Expo, a key multi-channel event conference for UK retailers at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. We… Read More >

Global-e is attending Internet Retailing Expo, a key multi-channel event conference for UK retailers at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. We will bring our expertise to this leading conference and welcome eCommerce specialists and UK retailers from our stand.

We are proud sponsors of the event and a workshop that will take place on 26th of March at 10.30am, in which key issues in Global eCommerce will be identified, as well as trends and statistics across major markets. Our CEO, Amir Schlachet, and our CMO, Nir Debbi, will provide essential information about cross-border market trends and how to avoid the most common obstacles when trying to expand internationally. In order to share our expertise, we will also present a client case study on how to achieve a major international conversion uplift and increase international sales and demand.

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Feb 12 2015

EventGlobal-e at the IMRG Fashion Connect Conference

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, has partnered with IMRG, the UK’s industry association for e-retail, to be Sponsor of… Read More >

Global-e, Europe’s leading provider of comprehensive cross-border solutions, has partnered with IMRG, the UK’s industry association for e-retail, to be Sponsor of the IMRG Fashion Connect Conference.

The conference will be held at the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre and will explore and highlight the opportunities and challenges for online fashion retailers. Customer journey, purchasing behavior and the real data on fashion sales performances in the busy Christmas periods are some of the topics that will be covered to provide insight on how to drive online fashion businesses forward. Our CEO, Amir Schlachet, will participate in ‘Bringing the Channel Experience together’, a panel session that will address the challenges and opportunities of multichannel eCommerce with a strong focus on customer experience and how do new channels change their shopping journey.