10.03.2015

E-Commerce: Say 'Si!' to Spain

Did you know that the Spanish economy’s growth is stronger than that of Germany or The Netherlands, and that consumer spending is increasing? Would you be surprised about the fact that 63% of Spanish online customers buy cross-border or that online marketing costs in Spain are often much below th

04.03.2015

German e-commerce supposed to grow by 12 percent to € 46,9bn in 2015

German consumers have spent €41,9bn online on goods in 2014, which is 85 percent of the total turnover generated through distance selling in the country. Consumers spent nearly €11bn on digital services and goods, including travel, downloads and ticket bookings. This was revealed by the latest f

17.02.2015

Amazon requires that resellers have a local returns address or cover the return shipping costs

Amazon wants to increase its service level for consumers and require resellers on its international Amazon marketplaces to provide either a local returns address or cover the return shipping costs.
Amazon wants to increase its service level for consumers and require resellers on its international Amazon marketplaces to provide either a local returns address or cover the return shipping costs. Provide customers with a…

11.02.2015

Deloitte Technology Fast50 Award

Wijchen (The Netherlands), September 11th 2014- Salesupply, a leading e-commerce internationalization service provider based in The Netherlands, has today received the news to be one of the nominees for the Deloitte Technology Fast50 award. The Deloitte Technology Fast50 is a yearly election of the

11.02.2015

Protectionism threatens cross-border trade

Cross-border commerce: Facilitation customs procedures could increase trade volumes on average by 4,4 percent The trend of global e-commerce growth is threatened by national governments increasingly engaging in protectionist measures in order to protect their home economies, warns the Global Expres

11.02.2015

Online internationalisation for brands

Which online internationalisation strategies make sense for brands? International online sales can be an interesting path towards growth for brands. However, just as retailers, brands face a number of challenges when determining their strategy to sell online across borders. Which strategies make se

22.01.2015

Make-or-Buy in e-commerce internationalisation

Internationalisation is a way of improving returns and gaining new customers away from saturated home markets. Even smaller shops can tag along if they have a good outsourcing strategy: a make or buy schedule for expansion.
Opening up in a foreign market with an online shop requires localisation, marketing, fulfilment, returns management, customer service and much more besides - which is really not so simple to do in a country where you probably don’t reside, your company…