Cross-border eCommerce trading guides
eCommerce Worldwide is IMRG’s international trading partner site
eCommerce Worldwide hosts a series of country-specific country trading guides - which constitute invaluable A-Z guides for online retailers looking to set up and run successful eCommerce channels abroad.
With a global outlook for trade and eCommerce and a multicultural society, Australia represents a key opportunity for many business sectors.
With a combined population of 28 million people, 11.5 million households and combined GDP of €1.08trn and English spoken widely, the Netherlands and Belgium offer an attractive market to international merchants looking to expand into new territories.
China provides a wealth of opportunities for any online retailer, whether they are based in the country itself or exporting into China from outside its borders.
Germany is Western Europe’s largest country with 81 million citizens, and the second biggest ecommerce market in Europe.
With close links to the UK and eCommerce expected to be worth €5bn in 2016, Ireland is seen as a country full of opportunities for cross-border activity.
The Nordics (Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland – Iceland is not included for the purposes of this output) is a market with a combined population of 26 million people and GDP of $1.4trn – which ranks the region as the 12th biggest global economy.
Russia undoubtedly offers significant opportunities to international retailers, and will continue to do so for years to come.
The UK is ranked by the World Bank as one of the top European destinations in which to set up and operate a business.
With a global outlook for trade and ecommerce and a multicultural society, USA represents a key opportunity for many business sectors.