Shipwire in the News

5 Reasons Why Australia Should Be Your Business’s Next Frontier

Yahoo!, October 15, 2014

At first glance, Australia might not look like an ecommerce paradise. It is far away and sparsely populated, but that is exactly the point — these conditions have actually enhanced Australians’ appreciation for online shopping and shipping. Add to that the fact that the country boasts the world’s fastest-growing ecommerce market, and you can see why Australia offers a prime market for ecommerce businesses. New ecommerce resources, too, make the market increasingly accessible, so Australian ecommerce is not only possible, but profitable.

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4 Ways to Take Advantage of Australia’s Looming Ecommerce Eruption

Yahoo!, October 15, 2014

It’s clear by now: Australian ecommerce is about to break out onto the mainstream. But it might be less clear how exactly to take advantage of the fastest-growing ecommerce shopping market.

It doesn’t have to be difficult to establish a foothold in Australia and capitalize on its rapid growth. The principles for satisfying customers that you’ve been employing all along are just as relevant to Australian consumers. Below, find out how to apply them to this specific market by taking advantage of the country’s favorable trends.

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3 Ways Outsourced Shipping and Logistics Can Speed Entry to Global Markets

Entrepreneur, October 8, 2014

You’ve learned from experience as a growing business that initial logistics woes are manageable at the beginning. As your brand grows and sales increase, you may find yourself scaling your business to meet global demands.

Using outsourcing shipping tactics from Fortune 500 companies is beneficial so you can spend more time channeling your efforts to your strengths: sales.

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Shipwire Opens Australia to Global E-Commerce With State-of-the-Art Sydney Warehouse

intellasia, September 22, 2014

Shipwire, the world’s leading provider of e-commerce fulfillment, today announced the general availability of a new Sydney warehouse to help brands reach buyers in fast-growing AU$36.8 billion Australian e-commerce market. Sydney is the 8th global warehouse integrated into the Shipwire web-based logistics platform, working seamlessly with Shipwire facilities throughout North America, Asia, and Europe.

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Alibaba Instantly Becomes New Power Kid on the IT Block

eWeek, September 19, 2014

Alibaba, the huge e-commerce merchant that sounds Middle Eastern but actually is headquartered in China, made financial history Sept. 19 with its record IPO on the New York Stock Exchange.

The $21.8 billion that the e-commerce giant garnered on its first day as a public company easily eclipsed the previous record, $19.7 billion raked in by Visa International, when it went public in 2008. In comparison, Facebook made $16 billion on its IPO in 2012, and Google’s 2004 offering earned a relatively modest $1.7 billion.

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Shipwire Opens Australia to Global E-Commerce With State-of-the-Art Sydney Warehouse

Newsmaker, September 17, 2014

Shipwire, the world’s leading provider of e-commerce fulfillment, today announced the general availability of a new Sydney warehouse to help brands reach buyers in fast-growing AU$36.8 billion Australian e-commerce market. Sydney is the 8th global warehouse integrated into the Shipwire web-based logistics platform, working seamlessly with Shipwire facilities throughout North America, Asia, and Europe.

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Shipwire Opens Australia to Global E-Commerce With State-of-the-Art Sydney Warehouse

Investors Hangout, September 17, 2014

Shipwire, the world’s leading provider of e-commerce fulfillment, today announced the general availability of a new Sydney warehouse to help brands reach buyers in fast-growing AU$36.8 billion Australian e-commerce market. Sydney is the 8th global warehouse integrated into the Shipwire web-based logistics platform, working seamlessly with Shipwire facilities throughout North America, Asia, and Europe.

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