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Why You Should Be Doing Business in Canada

Being from Canada, I know that the country holds ample e-commerce opportunity for American businesses. Directly on our northern border, Canada is uniquely positioned to be a very profitable market for American e-commerce goods and services. Boasting an established and reliable Internet infrastructure, English-speaking population, and comparable culture to the U.S., selling in Canada

By | 2019-08-20T15:29:23+00:00 August 20th, 2019|

Business in South Africa: Getting Your E-Commerce Start

With a population of 55 million, a strong, business-friendly infrastructure, an expanding base of online shoppers—especially among smartphone users— and widespread use of English, South Africa represents a compelling option for  U.S. businesses considering cross-border expansion. What’s equally attractive is that expanding your e-commerce business in South Africa could be a valuable entry point

By | 2019-07-30T14:36:46+00:00 July 30th, 2019|

Why You Should Be Doing Business in Singapore

Searching for a new market for your e-commerce operations? How about selling into the second-easiest place to do business on the planet, per The World Bank: Singapore. While the Asian nation is geographically small, its high level of technology adoption and younger middle class with disposable income make it a fruitful place to sell

By | 2019-07-25T18:54:42+00:00 July 9th, 2019|

How Will Brexit Affect Businesses Considering UK E-Commerce?

When it’s time to expand your company’s international e-commerce footprint, where you get your start is important.  With no language barrier keeping you from reaching its shoppers and years of close trade links with the U.S., conditions in the UK make it a natural starter market for international e-commerce expansion. That is to say,

By | 2019-07-25T18:53:55+00:00 June 25th, 2019|

India Market Profile: Future Trends and Indicators in Market Growth

India will soon be the world’s No. 2 e-commerce market. A healthy 17 percent of the country’s enormous population already shops online. The U.S. and India are high-volume trade partners, and if you’re expanding your global reach through e-commerce, you should consider the subcontinent. The U.S. Department of Commerce noted that conditions differ

By | 2019-07-17T18:03:06+00:00 April 17th, 2019|


 

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