What's been the impact of COVID-19 on cross-border ecommerce? Video interview with Neil Kuschel, CEO, Global-e
COVID-19 has accelerated the shift towards online shopping, demonstrating that a strong ecommerce strategy is crucial for merchants, as consumers become increasingly aware of the convenience and simplicity of online shopping. Cross-border ecommerce has seen strong positive growth, with markets worldwide rebounding and even exceeding pre-pandemic figures, after slight YoY downturns in sales following the COVID-19 outbreak.
In this exclusive interview, Keren Bowman is joined by Mr Neil Kuschel, who is the European CEO for Global-e - a leading provider of end-to-end cross-border solutions and they caught up about all things cross-border when it comes to ecommerce.
Global-e’s data across 350+ retailers and brands, reveal worldwide Q2 sales soaring by over 50% YoY as consumers divert budgets from leisure and travel towards discretionary goods, highlighting the potential of international online trading to weather the COVID-19 storm. To succeed in the competitive global ecommerce market, merchants must remove obstacles for international shoppers, through localising the customer journey.
Don’t miss Neil speaking on 29 Sep 2020 at 10:35 - 11:00 within the Cross Border Track at the eCommerce Expo 2020 Virtual Event – register for your free place today.
Tune in to Neil’s session to hear how ecommerce retailers and brands can drive sales and establish new revenue streams by optimising the international shopping experience, tailoring their offering to unique market characteristics and shopper preferences.
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