Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the platform that drives cross-border e-commerce in Europe, launches a study that maps the 100 best global marketplaces in the sector with a zoom on their cross-border performance in Europe.
New Value-Added Tax (VAT) rules for online shopping enter into force today to simplify life for all businesses and introduce more transparency regarding pricing and consumer choices.
Cross-Border Commerce Europe publishes the third edition of the “TOP 16 Countries Cross-Border Europe”: an annual ranking of the best 16 European countries in cross-border online shopping.
Cross-Border Commerce Europe publishes the third edition of the “TOP 500 Cross-Border Retail Europe”: an annual ranking of the top 500 European cross-border online shops.
Cross-Border Commerce Europe is launching the first edition of its ‘Top 100 Cross-Border Sustainable Marketplaces Europe’ report. The analysis, which is set to be annual, looks at the sustainability and CSR performance of the top 100 world marketplaces selling online cross-border in Europe.
European Fashion bricks and clicks stores generate half of their usual turnover. They increase online business, but expect to end up with a loss of 35% when compared to 2020. On the other hand, online marketplaces and platforms expect an increase of over 40%, stimulating cross-border eCommerce in Europe.
An annual ranking of the best 16 European countries in cross-border online shopping.
Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the platform that stimulates cross-border eCommerce in Europe, releases a major research paper covering and ranking the 500 strongest European players with a focus on cross-border performance.
Brussels, 24 March 2020. Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the platform for cross-border eCommerce in Europe, provides an overview of emerging initiatives and new retail trends. It has launched a blog to stimulate creativity in these exceptional times.
Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the platform that gathers Cross-Border E-commerce in Europe, is launching a new study of the best performing countries stimulating Cross-Border webshops in Europe. In 2019, Denmark is the winning country with n° 1 Pandora, n° 2 Vivino and n° 3 Jack & Jones.
Brussels, 29 November 2019. Cross-Border Commerce Europe, the platform for Cross-Border e-commerce in Europe, launches a new study concerning the best business sectors and product categories of the TOP 500 European Retail. This shows that the ‘fashion / jewellery / baby’ category is the big winner, with the best business sector ‘Pure Players’ taking the major share of the cake.