The world of imports and exports can be even more complex - customs, delivery options and even dealing with foreign companies can all create additional headaches. Regardless of which country you procure your goods from, there are a few basic principles to keep in mind.
Every online retailer needs the right platform to tempt in users and convert them into customers. But as more and more businesses opt to provide a more immersive, branded shopping experience, they are increasingly looking towards online storefront providers.
Growing customer demand is increasing the pressure to make shipping faster and more efficient. Hence, businesses across the logistics and e-commerce industries have to think again about how supply chains will develop over the next few years.
China is traditionally seen as the workshop of the world, but it is far from your only option if you’re looking to outsource apparel overseas. Here’s our guide to a few of the most promising markets.
At every stage of the procurement process, it’s important to get to grips with the specificities of the Chinese business world. This article provides some key points you need to know when it comes to shipping goods from China.
Ecommerce companies always find themselves being blamed for the presence of counterfeit products. However by cutting off piracy at the source, having an effective online reporting system, strict penalties and consumer education, ecommerce companies can help in stopping piracy.