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The Healthcare Market in France

In wine, there is truth: despite enjoying a diet that is heavily based on white flour (baguette, croissants, etc.), saturated fats (cheese) and high alcohol and tobacco consumption, the French tend to live about two years longer compared to the rest of Europeans. Find out in our latest blog post what is behind this contradiction […] Continue

E-commerce in Japan

Japan has the third-largest economy in the world, after the USA and China and before Germany. The county’s advanced IT infrastructure makes it easy for e-commerce businesses to enter the market, but there are nonetheless challenges when doing business in Japan. In this article, we will discuss what businesses need to keep in mind when [&helli Continue

The healthcare market in Germany

Ranking at the very top of all European countries, Germany’s healthcare market is a true heavyweight in terms of market volume and number of medtech manufacturers, healthcare providers and patients. It is a highly competitive market that is characterised by exacting regulatory requirements and high safety standards, yet also exciting business opp Continue

E-commerce in May

As the saying goes: “April showers bring May flowers.” With Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day and Memorial Day as this month’s big – and partially flowery – festivities, there are plenty of e-commerce opportunities to go around. Continue

E-commerce in Australia

With US$27 billion in revenue in 2020, Australia is the eleventh largest e-commerce market, ahead of Indonesia and behind Canada. The market is growing rapidly, and some estimates indicate that it will reach US$43 billion in 2023. And the growth extends beyond the e-commerce-only sector. Around 75% of Australian businesses have some income from onl Continue

E-commerce in April

April tends to catch all off guard right off the bat on April Fool’s Day. What better way to start the month than with a sense of humor, right? And then there’s Easter along with several other religious festivities, including Christian Communion and Confirmation ceremonies. With the winter weather being officially gone, there’s also plenty [& Continue

E-commerce in March

March is when winter clearance sales opportunities meet the fresh scent of the spring season. Let’s dive into the holidays, observances and anything else the 3rd month of the year has to offer in the world of e-commerce. March 1st marks the meteorological start of spring, and that means the gardening season has officially begun. […] Continue

E-commerce in Denmark

The Danish ecommerce market is not particularly large, but it could still be a promising target market for European ecommerce businesses. In this article, we’ll give you the facts, statistics and insights that you need to launch your sales channel in Denmark. Continue

E-commerce in Norway

Norway might be a small country, but it presents some unique opportunities for European e-commerce businesses. As the third richest country in the EU (as measured by GDP per capita), it has more than enough spending power to make it an interesting target market. And with nearly universal internet usage, Norway’s consumers are well-versed in [&hel Continue

E-commerce in February

February may be the shortest month of the year, but it features not one but two big e‑commerce highlights: Valentine’s Day and carnival. With the cold weather being less than ideal for going on vacation, there are still lucrative opportunities for online sellers to push sales as people around the world are excited to celebrate […] Continue

E-commerce in the United States of America

The e-commerce market in the USA is enormous, and that makes it an interesting target market for European e-commerce businesses who are looking to expand. This article will familiarize you with the US e-commerce market and the local preferences and shopping behaviors you should be aware of when planning your launch. Continue

E-commerce in January

The first month of the year holds space for new beginnings and new year’s resolutions, both for consumers and retailers alike. In the world of e-commerce, which means ample opportunity for sales on items to help people hit the ground running – literally and figuratively speaking. Continue
Czech Republic

E-commerce in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is situated in Central Europe, although many people think of it as a part of “Eastern Europe” because it was part of the Eastern Bloc before the fall of the iron curtain. With its rapidly growing economy and relatively compact size, it makes an interesting target market for expanding e-commerce businesses. Continue

E-commerce in Poland

Poland is a major European country which borders on Germany. It is often referred to as an “Eastern European” country due to having been part of the Soviet Union. However, Poland is actually located in central Europe and is not, geographically speaking, part of Eastern Europe at all. Poland is 312,000 km2 in area and […] Continue

E-commerce in Sweden

When you think of Sweden, you probably picture the incredible natural landscapes, the northern lights, and forests filled with fir trees. And if not that, then you’re most likely thinking of the famous blue and yellow furniture manufacturer who has helped make Scandinavian design a global phenomenon. But Sweden has much more to offer than [&helli Continue
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September 30th is International Translation Day

Did you know that language professionals have a whole day dedicated to them? Coming up on September 30th is International Translation Day. Read on to find out where this day comes from, how it’s celebrated and how translation is helping the world. What is International Translation Day, and why do we celebrate it? On International […] Continue

E-commerce in Italy

Historically, e-commerce has not been a strong source of revenue for the Italian economy. For many years, the tourism industry was the sector with the most online revenue, and e-commerce revenue hardly grew at all. But 2020 changed everything. The lockdown during the COVID pandemic was a boon for online retailers and delivery services, which [&hell Continue

E-commerce in China

After the United States of America, China has the largest national economy in the world, and it is the world’s manufacturing superpower, accounting for 28.7 percent of global manufacturing output in 2019. Moreover, it is the fastest-growing consumer market in the world, with a younger generation who loves shopping online. All that makes it a [&he Continue

E-commerce in England

England is located in the southern part of Great Britain. It is the largest country in the United Kingdom in terms of both landmass and population. About 55 million people live in the region, which is approximately the same size as Greece, with an area of 130,279 m2. The British capital city, London, is both […] Continue

E-commerce in the Netherlands

When you think of the Netherlands, you might picture an idyllic country filled with windmills, tulips and bicycle commuters, but there’s much more going on behind the picture-perfect scenes. The Netherlands is an economic powerhouse with a large — and growing — e-commerce market. In 2019, it was rated as the fourth most competitive economy [& Continue

E-commerce in France

France is a big player in the e-commerce market, ranking second in Europe and fifth overall in the world in terms of online purchases in 2020. This makes it an attractive target market for companies in Europe and the rest of the world. Ready to learn more about France’s e-commerce market? In this article, we’ll […] Continue
Wie funktioniert Internationalisierung mit WordPress?

How Does Internationalization Work with WordPress? – Part 2

The technical implementation of internationalization in e-commerce: what is the best way to go about it?  In the second part of our article on the versatile content management system WordPress, we concentrate on e-commerce and the implementation of comprehensive, professional translations in WordPress. We also answer the question of how suitable W Continue
Wie funktioniert Internationalisierung mit WordPress?

How Does Internationalization Work with WordPress? – Part 1

The idea of our “How does internationalization work with…” series is to take a closer look at shop systems and examine their potential for internationalization. But today we are going to make an exception and explore the Content Management System (CMS) WordPress. The reasons for this are two-fold: Firstly, free-to-use WordPress is Continue
Wie funktioniert Internationalisierung mit Magento?

How does internationalization work with Magento? – Part 2

The technical implementation of internationalization in e-commerce: what is the best way to go about it? In the second part of our article on the shop software Magento, we focus on the problems that can arise when working with Magento and how to avoid some of the pitfalls. We also answer the question of how […] Continue
Wie funktioniert Internationalisierung mit Magento?

How does internationalization work with Magento? – Part 1

The technical implementation of internationalization in e-commerce: What is the best way to go about it? What possibilities do the various shop and content management systems have to offer when it comes to organizing content and products in multiple languages? And what are the potential pitfalls? In the first part of this series we are […] Continue