Asendia’s Top 5 Tips for Cross-Border Growth

06 May, 2019

E-Commerce Customs

International e-commerce is a growing market. Research from Pitney Bowes Inc. found that around 40% of consumers have purchased goods online from another country.

By 2020, the value of cross border e-commerce is forecast to reach US$1 trillion. However, while the market is thriving – and growing – it also presents a number of unique challenges for any e-commerce business looking to expand internationally.

Most online retailers just want a simple and smooth experience when expanding their business and selling to new markets.

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