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The Norwegian cross-border ecommerce opportunity
Although a small market, Norway offers big opportunities for international ecommerce retailers and brands. With a retail ecommerce share ranking fifth highest in the world and over a third of total online retail in 2020 coming from international websites, Norway’s ecommerce levels match those of the UK, Europe’s leading market for ecommerce uptake. Discover best-practices and unique insights for optimizing your sales in this highly active ecommerce market.
Global-ecommerce Calendar 2022
Get planning! The Global-ecommerce Calendar 2022 contains all the most popular ecommerce shopping holidays and events around the world, complete with dates, countries, and handy stats allowing you to stay one step ahead and plan all your cross-border ecommerce promotions in advance.
A Data-based Model to Drive International DTC Growth Strategies and Profitability
In this GELF NYC ’21 keynote, Jonathan Greller, President -Digital Ventures, details how Marquee Brands extended its ‘digital first’ approach to global markets, implemented advanced localization on web stores of three of its key brands, BCBG, Motherhood, and A Pea in the Pod. Listen to this session to learn how the brands leveraged data-backed best practices to offer international customers an optimal shopping experience and grow cross-border online sales while maintaining profit margins in line with their domestic performance.
Never Fully Dressed’s Cross-Border Ecommerce Growth Strategy
Watch Global-e’s session at the virtual eCommerce Expo to hear Never Fully Dressed’s Founder and CEO, Lucy Aylen, discuss the world-renowned fashion brand’s successful cross-border ecommerce strategy. Learn how launching an advanced localized webstore and leveraging data-based best practices, allowed the pioneering fashion brand to increase its DTC online sales across international markets.
Singapore: The cross-border ecommerce opportunity
Singapore has the 2nd highest GDP in the world, and thanks to its digitally savvy population, and government-backed initiatives that support high levels of ecommerce, Singapore’s cross-border ecommerce market is well positioned for growth. Singapore, therefore, represents a valuable opportunity for ecommerce retailers and brands. Explore this market’s unique shopping characteristics and learn how you can optimize your offering in promising market to meet local best-practices and increase conversion rates.
The Mexico cross-border ecommerce market
The Mexican ecommerce market, the second largest ecommerce market in Latin America, is growing rapidly and its value is set to double by 2023. With cross-border sales already accounting for over 30% of total ecommerce market, Mexico represents a huge opportunity for online retailers and brands. Delve into the unique preferences of Mexican online shoppers and best-practices to increase conversion rates in this rapidly emerging market.
IMRG Global-e Cross-border Index: Second Edition
The second edition of the IMRG and Global-e Cross-Border Index takes a deep dive into 2020 cross-border ecommerce trading. Download the report for exclusive data from the holiday peak period in Q4 of 2020 and insights that shed light on overall cross-border performance compared to the previous year, UK to EU trade versus UK to non-EU, payment trends and device usage.
Improving Cross-border Commerce
In this Webinar hosted by Worldpay from FIS, Maria Prados, Head of Vertical Growth at Worldpay interviews Global-e’s CEO Europe, Neil Kuschel about ways ecommerce retailers can maximise their cross-border ecommerce success. Watch the interview to discover everything you need to know, including how to increase web traffic, the latest trends in sales channels and payment methods and ways to optimise conversion rates and enhance the shopper experience.