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Do you want to sell more? Go west!
Ecommerce is one of those sectors that offers almost unlimited development possibilities and is easily scalable. However, to reach new growth levels, you have to think about cross-border expansion, primarily to Western European countries. What are your possibilities, and what’s waiting for you behind the western border?
Thanks to the fulfillment service, the store's owner doesn't have to worry about the logistics issues. However, there are still several challenges that you have to face. One of them is related to cross-border payments. How can you adjust the payment infrastructure to meet the requirements of foreign customers?
Omnipack conquers the German market
German eCommerce is one of the largest eCommerce industries in the world. That’s why we have to be there! At Omnipack, our primary focus is on the strategic expansion and development on the German market.
10 TIPS: How to build an international eCommerce business?
In one of our previous articles, we showed you our three-step cross-border strategy for your eCommerce business. Now, we want to tackle this subject again and help you build a successful, international eCommerce company.
Start selling in Germany!
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has harmed the German economy, it’s still a rapidly developing country with broad access to the Internet and openness for online shopping.
What to Keep in Mind While Selling Online Abroad? The Challenges of Cross-Border Ecommerce (Part 1/4)
The online cross-border sales in Europe are increasing rapidly each year, only in 2018 generates 95 billion euros turnover. The European eCommerce Report 2018 says that the lion’s share of that income (67%) take markets form the Western part of the continent. The largest eCommerce market in Europe is the UK, followed closely by France and Germany.
Cross-Border e-commerce: Strategy Guide in 3 Easy Steps
If you want to stay afloat, you have to rethink your strategy and adjust it to the post-COVID scenery. And one of the most significant aspects of doing online business is your cross-border strategy.
Why don’t European online stores offer cross-border sales?
The number of online stores is growing every year. More and more of them are also opening up for foreign sales. How can fulfillment help deal with the main barriers - costs, delivery times, legal issues, and returns?