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Cross-border ecommerce is a very hot topic, as more online retailers are expanding their businesses abroad. Want to be inspired? Or just stay up-to-date? Read our articles about ecommerce companies who went or are planning to go cross-border.

Cross-border ecommerce Europe worth €143 billion

Cross-border ecommerce Europe worth €143 billion

Cross-border ecommerce in Europe was worth 143 billion euros in 2019. And 59 percent of this market, 84 billion euros, is generated by online marketplaces. Amazon accounts for 22 percent of the market, while marketplaces with European capital represent 11 percent. Continue reading

ModCloth returns to Europe

ModCloth returns to Europe

Online fashion retailer ModCloth has announced its return to Europe. The decision follows after not shipping to the European market for one and a half year. But after the acquisition of ModCloth by Go Global Retail last year, the company is available to consumers in Europe again. Continue reading

Checkout Charlie expands to Italy and Spain

Checkout Charlie expands to Italy and Spain

Checkout Charlie, a German company with many consumer and discount portals, is expanding in Europe again. The business, part of A company of the Media Group RTL Germany, has launched two new voucher portals: Buonisconto.it in Italy and Topdescuento.es in Spain. Continue reading

Dutch Fonq leaves Germany

Dutch Fonq leaves Germany

Online department store FonQ has left Germany. The Dutch ecommerce company says it wants to focus solely on its profiting businesses in the Netherlands and Belgium instead. Continue reading

Dutch B2B marketplace Orderchamp expands to France

Dutch B2B marketplace Orderchamp expands to France

Dutch wholesale marketplace Orderchamp has opened its digital doors in France. From now on, French physical retailers and online store owners can register for free to buy products, while French brands can start selling their assortment to over 12,000 connected retailers in Europe. Continue reading

Coolblue expands to Germany

Coolblue expands to Germany

Dutch omnichannel retailer Coolblue has set the first steps to expand to Germany. In the Düsseldorf area, Coolblue starts with its own delivery network, installation service, bike couriers and physical stores. Further expansion across Germany is the next step. Continue reading

Turkey wants to boost ecommerce to MENA region

Turkey wants to boost ecommerce to MENA region

Turkey wants to increase its export market share in the Middle East and North Africa. It’s planning new initiatives in the ecommerce sector. Therefore, it will form a virtual committee to promote and help ecommerce companies online. Continue reading