E-Commerce Times, March 18, 2013
When Brooklyn-based PruneDanish.com sends shipments of its electronics, accessories, and home and garden products to customers overseas, it uses Swedish stamps. As odd as that might seem, it makes sense for the e-commerce company.
PruneDanish.com uses the services of Direct Link, a U.S. subsidiary of Sweden Post. By using Swedish stamps in its shipping, Direct Link is able to offer competitive rates and service to e-commerce companies that ship internationally.
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Women Unlimited, May 26, 2010
Are you wondering how to grow your business and develop it in a way so it’s not wholly reliant on you? Have you considered outsourcing…as a way to achieve that growth? Emma Jones outlines the options with tips for each strategy… Fellow business owners will understand when I say having a business often feels like having a child; you conceived the idea, you nurtured the business in its early stages, and it can feel tough to let it go and grow on its own! There are smart ways to scale your business and here are four of them. Read how Shipwire is 1 of these 4 ways to grow your business. | PDF version.
Internet Retailer, May 4, 2010
It’s not just sites like Amazon.com and eBay.com that are doing business overseas, a new study from order fulfillment provider Shipwire reports. More small- and medium-sized merchants are doing business abroad… International orders for the small and medium-sized merchants that do less than $100 million in annual sales and use Shipwire’s services grew 11 percentage points from 9% in 2008 to reach 20% of total shipped orders in 2009, Shipwire reports. Read more. | PDF version.