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eBay buys Spain’s Ticketbis to expand StubHub’s presence in 47 new markets
27. May 2016

eBay buys Spain’s Ticketbis to expand StubHub’s presence in 47 new markets

Ebay has announced that it has acquiredTicketbis, an international ticket marketplace based out of Bilbao (Spain), which it plans to roll into StubHub, its own ticket marketplace.
European Commission adopts an "E-Commerce package": updates EU audiovisual rules and presents targeted approach to online platforms
26. May 2016

European Commission adopts an "E-Commerce package": updates EU audiovisual rules and presents targeted approach to online platforms

The European Commission yesterday (25 May) tabled a package of measures to allow consumers and companies to buy and sell products and services online more easily and confidently across the EU.
Yoox Net-a-Porter sets its sights on the Middle East with funds from Dubai mall operator
25. May 2016

Yoox Net-a-Porter sets its sights on the Middle East with funds from Dubai mall operator

The online-only luxury retailer Yoox Net-a-Porter (YNAP), that styles itself as the “world’s biggest luxury fashion store”, wants to expand its reach in the Middle East. The deal gives Alabbar Enterprises 4% of Yoox Net-a-Porter.
EU legislators should recognize the role of “online platforms” in driving e-commerce growth in Europe
23. May 2016

EU legislators should recognize the role of “online platforms” in driving e-commerce growth in Europe

In light of the current discussion at European level on “online platforms”, Ecommerce Europe asks EU policy makers to acknowledge the crucial role such platforms play for online marketplaces, shopping malls, intermediaries, search engines and comparison tools in modern B2C, B2B and C2C e-commerce.

 

The importance of a Third-Party to entering China’s e-Commerce market
20. May 2016

The importance of a Third-Party to entering China’s e-Commerce market

With e-commerce exploding across China, businesses from around the world want to enter the fray. According to a study by Accenture and AliResearch, China is expected to become the largest cross border B2C market in the world by 2020, with over 200 million shoppers purchasing US$245 billion worth of imported goods online.
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Ernesto Graefenhain, of Shipius: “We offer an integrated shipping service for online stores that is affordable and adapts to each business”
07. Apr 2016

Ernesto Graefenhain, of Shipius: “We offer an integrated shipping service for online stores that is affordable and adapts to each business”

Logistics is an essential part of e-commerce, because it is the last step between the store and the end buyer. This is why it is basic to have reliable partners when hiring these services
Sucralín extends its reach by selling through distributors on eMarketplaces
17. Mar 2016

Sucralín extends its reach by selling through distributors on eMarketplaces

Sucralin de Sucralose is a young Spanish company engaged in producing and marketing sweeteners based on sucralose, a sugar derivative suitable for diabetics. With its innovative product range and its online and offline internationalisation strategy, it sells its products in markets such as China and Saudi Arabia.
Local preferences, a key factor in international eCommerce strategy
03. Mar 2016

Local preferences, a key factor in international eCommerce strategy

Internet offers retailers a world of potential. In every corner of the globe, consumers are becoming more comfortable with the concept of cross-border online shopping. This has created untapped opportunities for retailers who are willing and able to sell internationally.

 

We analyse the 2015 Global Online Shopping Study by Pitney Bowes entitled “One size does not fit all”, which looks at the trends in global eCommerce and the behaviour of online consumers.

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