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.
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.
Too many cooks in the kitchen?
42% of retailers give their logistics and operations leaders final authority on choosing a delivery carrier, while only 27% give operations teams the same authority for carrier rating and manifesting software.
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.
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8 common challenges of cross-border ecommerce
Before your business starts taking those international orders there’s eight cross-border e-commerce challenges you should be aware of and prepare for as you define your cross-border strategy.
India emerges as ecommerce powerhouse
India is emerging as an attractive target for online retailing. The rise of mobile technology, cheap connectivity, and increased awareness has made Ecommerce a convenient option for many Indians.
8 Challenges for ecommerce in India
The growth of ecommerce volumes in India is attracting the attention of players around the globe. India, the second most populous country in the world, is home to 1.2 billion people.