cross-border e-commerce

How the Pandemic Changed Online Cross-Border Behaviour

Consumers from 40 countries have taken part in a study from International Post Corporation, representing 95 percent of global e-commerce. The respondents described how their behavioural habits have changed since the announcement of the pandemic. 

Selling to China? Maggie Zhou Says Consumers Want Activewear & Organic Goods

In an exclusive report for Power Retail, Maggie Zhou, the managing director of Alibaba Group (Australia and New Zealand) reveals what Chinese consumers really want from Australian retailers.

“International Accounts for 20% of Our Sales”, Timbuk2’s Aussie Plans

Off the back of Timbuk2’s new Melbourne store opening, we sat down with Patti Cazzato, the global bag retailer’s CEO, to learn more about the brand’s international expansion plans.

Lorna Jane Looks to China to Capitalise on E-Commerce Growth

Multichannel activewear business, Lorna Jane is preparing to branch further into the lucrative Chinese market after experiencing strong online growth on local platforms like Alibaba’s Tmall.

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