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COVID-19 : The Impact on Cross-Border Ecommerce
Global-e’s CEO Amir Schlachet shares insights and analyses of the effects of the global pandemic COVID-19 on the cross-border ecommerce market. Through an interview and full report, we shed light on the performance of cross-border ecommerce trading, from the inception of the virus through to the start of a recovery, based on the analysis of over 350 brands and retailers selling across the globe.
The UAE cross-border ecommerce market
The United Arab Emirates with its high GDP, young population and high internet connectivity, provides an exceptional opportunity for cross-border retailers. Read more about the unique preferences and online shopping behaviors of this fascinating market whose shoppers are among the top spenders online.
Black Friday Report 2019
This year, it became very clear how global Black Friday has become. Across our hundreds of retail partners we saw a 545% increase in cross-border orders over the Black Friday weekend, with noteworthy results from many markets worldwide that did not traditionally mark the holiday.
Global-ecommerce calendar 2020
The Global-ecommerce Calendar contains the dates, countries that celebrate and handy statistics on the most popular shopping holidays in 2020 around the world, enabling you to simply plan your monthly ecommerce promotions in advance.
The Canadian cross-border ecommerce market
With cross-border ecommerce sales in Canada accounting for almost a third of retail ecommerce overall, the Canadian ecommerce market presents a prime opportunity for online merchants looking to grow their international sales. Read more about the characteristics of the Canadian market and preferences of local shoppers.
Global-ecommerce calendar 2019
A new year of shopping holidays around the world is waiting for you!
The Global-e Guide to Brexit
Three years after the British people voted to leave the EU and there is still much uncertainty about how Brexit will impact cross-border trading. Our guideline explores the different Brexit scenarios and includes our recommendations on how merchants can best prepare for a No-Deal Brexit, as this is the most open-ended scenario and the biggest cause of worry for merchants in the UK.
The German cross-border ecommerce market
99% of German online shoppers prefer to purchase in euro when buying from international websites and many prefer to pay with open invoice. These are only some of the unique characteristics of Europe’s largest economy. Read more about the preferences of German online shoppers when buying cross-border, and on how merchants can capitalise on the German cross-border ecommerce opportunity.