Blog posts tagged with "canada"
The Rorschach calendar test goes international
Retailers should avoid setting international shipping prices at checkout based solely on the cost of shipping and consider placing premiums in market where consumers value speed more highly.
“Yes, I’m still in Canada”
Episode 13 - Cross-border insights from Canadian and US consumers
Don't be a hoser: What Canadians expect from online order experiences
This month on BOXpoll, we’re focusing on Canadian consumers, digging into their sentiments about ecommerce with a lightning round of delivery questions.
America’s ecommerce exceptionalism?
Consumers are willing to pay similar shipping amounts from Canada and China, revealing a belief that it’s just as difficult to deliver items from Canada to the US as it is to deliver items from China.
Leaky international checkouts
Between 71-82% of shoppers say they’ve abandoned orders from the U.S. because they did not want to risk paying import duties due to DDU shipping.
International carts gone MIA
Expectations around cross-border delivery aren’t changing—but more international shoppers think shipping is too slow.
Exchange rates change minds
A stronger dollar drives second thoughts among cross-border consumers
Is waiting still the hardest part?
We ask cross-border consumers how their expectations have changed about delivery speed
How do you say…’never mind’?
We asked cross-border shoppers about their pain thresholds—with returns
Disapproving neighbors…are still neighbors
We built a Cross-border Market Value Model to stack rank opportunities for US brands among skeptical international consumers.
Southern exposure: Canadian attitudes towards US brands
Canadian consumers report spending 41% of their total online purchases with US-based retailers.