Looking to expand your customer base, increase competitiveness and grow your business? Then taking your business international may be the answer. It is estimated that by 2024, the global ecommerce market will reach a total of $6.388 trillion, an increase of $1.497 trillion from 2021. These figures demonstrate the significant impact of borderless ecommerce and the major opportunities for online retailers.*
You may be hesitant to make this big move, especially with the economic impacts of Covid-19 still looming, but a study by CFO uncovered that 45% of respondents were either in the process of expanding their business globally or would be doing so within the next year.**
Does your business need an international delivery partner?
In short, yes. A good international delivery partner will have the expertise and technologies needed to help your business navigate deliveries in different countries with ease.
So, how exactly is this achieved?