[FREE ebook] Guide to Cross-Border Commerce
According to eMarketer, retail ecommerce sales will reach 22% of total retail sales by 2023. With the online sales bound to grow substantially (see the chart below), the competition for new customers will become fiercer too.
Many online merchants have already ‘mastered’ their domestic markets. With international markets come numerous opportunities to grow sales, and customer base. At the same time, there’s a pinch of the unknown, and potentially few cultural, and market-specific challenges too.
However, sellers should not worry. They can easily boost their international selling performance. There are some proven strategies, and local peculiarities to consider. As the old saying goes “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”. In other words, sellers need to make sure that what they’re offering is also what their potential buyers are looking for. Sellers should bear in mind, that some products are simply not available on the buyers’ domestic markets, or consumers find particular goods coming from abroad of better quality than those sold locally.
Master international sales with the Guide to Cross-Border Commerce
Together with BigCommerce, PayPal, and Easyship, we’ve prepared a guide, that we believe any online seller should read before starting to sell internationally.
Thanks to the tips included in this guide, you’ll be able to adjust your international selling strategy, and supply to match the needs of international buyers. Additionally, it will give you some insights on:
- Tailoring your payment options to global customers’ needs, taking into consideration the security aspect,
- Taking care of the necessary logistics adjustments, to ensure hassle-free delivery of the offered goods.
Download the Guide to Cross-Border Commerce: Operational Considerations & Logistical Challenges