Expanding into Cross-Border Sales with Pitney Bowes
Retailers in pursuit of greater profits are increasingly looking beyond their geographic borders.According to the 2017 Pitney Bowes Global Ecommerce Study, for example, more than 70% of online shoppers made a cross-border purchase in the past 12 months. That has not gone unnoticed by retailers as more than 93% either have a cross-border business today, or plan to launch one in 2018.
Pitney Bowes, of course, is already in a very formidable position to help sellers move in an internal direction.
Companies including Brayola, Frame, Good American, Guess Connect, Gc Watches, Katy Perry Collections, and Vineyard Vines are among some of the retail brands working with Pitney Bowes to expand internationally, drive consumer demand, and deliver a localized online shopping experience in markets around the world.
“It is both a privilege and a great responsibility to help bring many of the world’s most coveted fashion and retail brands to a global audience,” said Lila Snyder, Executive Vice President and President, Commerce Services, Pitney Bowes.
“We’re helping these retailers reduce the complexity of expanding cross-border by managing everything from demand generation, to website localization, to fully landed costs, compliance, payments, logistics and inventory management, shipping and returns, and customer care.”