Can cross-border e-commerce co-exist harmoniously alongside traditional distribution channels in China? Don Zhao, co-founder of Azoya, asks what are the benefits and challenges facing UK retailers?
Retailers aiming for a long-term and sustainable growth in China inevitably find that a comprehensive channel strategy will need a proactive approach in selecting channels, rather than relying on the one size fits all approach.
The rise in international entrants entering the Australian market is something that should motivate you to prepare your online retail business to be ready, well planned and agile enough to adapt to whatever international entrants bring to the market.
U.S. retailers and brands can generate more immediate sales through popular marketplaces like Tmall, but gain more control by launching their own websites.
The “Amazon effect” has disrupted the entire retail industry by conditioning consumers to expect personalized, customer-centric service. As ecommerce gains market share, U.S. retailers are looking abroad for growth. Nordstrom, for instance, recently expa...
Baby clothes, cosmetics in lineup of 8,000 items
By 2020, a quarter of China’s population, amounting to more than half of all digital buyers, will be shopping either directly on foreign-based sites or through third parties.
Australian health care chain - Pharmacy4Less - finds success and some challenges in its online store for the Chinese market.
As demand for American baby products increases among Chinese shoppers, Babyhaven not only saw an opportunity, it ran with it.
It is in partnership with Azoya to leverage their logistics and marketing strengths in the Asian market and provides a low risk growth option for Sigma.
Azoya, a turnkey ecommerce company, is providing a fully managed platform for both desktop and mobile devices that will enable GetTheLabel to have a direct market presence in China.
Online designer discount retailer GetTheLabel is set to expand its footprint in China with a new website.
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