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Cross-Border Experience

eShopWorld – Shopper-Centric Experience

Global Market Expertise

eShopWorld has country and region-specific e-commerce experts and feet on the ground across the globe to help B2C companies develop and implement the global e-commerce strategy that is right for them.

eShopWorld – Shopper-Centric Experience

Logistics Expertise

The depth and breadth of our logistics expertise can help retailers determine how best to optimize shipping across the globe. We can also help expedite the customs process in many countries and provide duty drawbacks and fraud protection.

eShopWorld – Shopper-Centric Experience

Glocalization Expertise

At eShopWorld, we are glocalization experts. We enable retailers to sell globally but feel local to international customers. Glocalization done right enhances your brand, makes satisfied customers, and drives repeat business.

Global Market Knowledge Presence across the globe

Global Market Knowledge
Global Market Knowledge

Through our global partnerships with top international shipping companies and other logistics providers, eShopWorld has a presence across the globe. Our depth of e-commerce market knowledge is especially strong in Europe, Asia, and North America. Our market-specific experts and Market Insight reports can help better understand the e-commerce markets of a number of countries and regions.







Logistics and Customs Expertise Taxes. Customs. Duties. Compliance.

Our company’s roots are in logistics. Deep logistics expertise, a carrier-agnostic approach, and multiple global partnerships enable eShopWorld to offer logistics capabilities that others can’t. We can also help you determine the best shipping and delivery model for your company in your target market—for instance, whether to ship from your warehouse or ours, use in-country fulfillment or not.

We also understand the ins and outs of cross-border clearance. Our customs expertise allows us to simplify and streamline the customs process to expedite your goods in many countries. Often we can offer duty drawbacks as well, so that if any of your goods are returned, you can recoup duties paid on them that would otherwise be lost.

Logistics and Customs Expertise
Logistics and Customs Expertise



Glocalization Expertise Global reach but with a local feel

Glocalization Expertise
Glocalization Expertise


We know how to give your shoppers global reach but with a local feel. We have built into our solutions the glocalized product pricing, payments, shipping methods, customer service, and more so that global shoppers will feel at home shopping on your website.

Our cross-border experts also understand cultural conventions and nuances and the importance of proper (not word-for-word) translation. They can help you better understand market-specific buying behaviors, important demographics, holidays, omnichannel issues, and other important aspects to help you formulate your marketing and sales strategies.

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Latest Whitepapers

Hand off all of your order fulfilment challenges, from shipping and delivery—including carrier management and cross-border clearance (taxes, customs, duties, compliance)—to returns management. Thanks to our deep logistics expertise, many global partners, and carrier-agnostic approach, we can tailor each logistics component to best meet the needs of your company, your international customers, and your target market.

Latest Market Insights

Hand off all of your order fulfilment challenges, from shipping and delivery—including carrier management and cross-border clearance (taxes, customs, duties, compliance)—to returns management. Thanks to our deep logistics expertise, many global partners, and carrier-agnostic approach, we can tailor each logistics component to best meet the needs of your company, your international customers, and your target market.


  • Plan your marketing activities across 6 global regions and 24 countries - free 2015 Global eCommerce Event Calendar created as a resource to ease the planning of region-based online marketing programs.


  • Irish online consumers spend €3,867,044 every minute on an average day in online payments, 20% of total Visa payments.


  • People who shop online using their mobile devices tend to spend twice as much via digital channels than those not buying on mobile devices.


  • France, the sixth biggest eCommerce market worldwide and third in Europe, behind Germany and the United Kingdom, is expected to grow by 10 percent this year.


  • The economic power of China must not be underestimated.


  • As China moves to become a more consumer-led economy, ecommerce (especially O2O) is taking off, and with supportive Government policies encouraging foreign investments, UK SMEs can play their part in China’s ecommerce evolution.


  • Europe is often overlooked in the discussion about international markets, but an outlook from Ecommerce Europe indicates continued strong growth year on year. When compared to other regions, online sales as a percentage of retail revenue in Europe indicates plenty of room for further development.


  • Although China’s economy has suffered from instability throughout 2015, its ecommerce sector is and will remain a major driver of economic growth, as internet penetration and smartphone ownership continue to increase, a recent research study reveals.


  • Video is king of content, and now with the advent of contextual links to products related to the topic of a video, YouTube ecommerce is giving marketers a tool that can finally leverage user-created moving pictures as a call to action in themselves.


  • The relaxing of regulations, particularly the "forced localization" requirements, which in many countries compel firms to develop 'local' infrastructure, will provide real incentive to international retailers to grow their business cross border, by reducing costs and facilitating access to a large audience of shoppers.


  • All efforts and initiatives that contribute to the building of trust among online shoppers are to be welcomed. Many shoppers are still somewhat distrustful of transacting online, so if this scheme can help retailers assuage those fears, then this will have a positive effect on retailers' bottom lines.


  • Facebook ecommerce is becoming a reality, with the addition of a 'Shop Now' button, which will lead to real conversion and attribution tracking, and really leverage the engagement that brands can undoubtedly build on the social platform.


  • The ecommerce payments industry is in prime position to stimulate ecommerce growth, by defining and adhering to a framework that engenders a sense of trust among consumers, leading to increased volumes and order values.


  • Global price differentials are driving consumer demand for luxury brands - the right cross border strategy can pay huge dividends.


  • Although this project proposes a different strategy to current understanding of how drones can be used for delivery, it may represent a real opportunity to overcome some of the challenges of ecommerce logistics in Africa.


  • It is fascinating to note that in 2015, 12% of shoppers will take part "just to join the fun". Online shopping as a lifestyle choice.


  • Retailers' efforts to maintain the higher margins made online have lead to this solution. But is it working?


  • Often we can lose sight of the important aspects of the customer journey, favoring interesting design approaches to those that convert more effectively. Here are a couple of tweaks that could help you boost performance this holiday season.


  • India is a coming force in cross border ecommerce. Many challenges remain, in terms of logistics infrastructure, and payment methods, but with 60%-70% of the spending power concentrated among the 30% of the population that live in urban areas, it is clear that the time is nigh for retailers to start planning to enter the Indian market.


  • Without a doubt, the size of the opportunity that awaits retailers in these emerging markets is significant. While challenges remain, much of the groundwork has been done, in terms of technology development and access, and logistics infrastructure, and 2016 has the potential to be a breakthrough year.


  • The Liberal government in Canada is examining a proposal to raise the import duty and tax threshold on goods purchased online.


  • Use the eShopWorld International eCommerce Calendar to get insights into when and why people shop around the globe.

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