The Brexit Transition Period is ending. What should Shopify store owners know about what the changes will mean for their invoicing, tax settings and more?
Learn how to define and develop your brand voice. Practical advice for ecommerce brands looking convey their values, character, story and more…
Tips for cross border e-commerce with Shopify. Get ready to take your Shopify store international and start enjoying global sales with this helpful guide.
Coronavirus has forced store owners to change the way they operate. Many have turned to curbside pick up to offer their customers a safer option for collection.
There's a chance the coronavirus outbreak could have an impact on your customers. But there are steps you can take to make sure they feel supported.
The new coronavirus has reached almost every corner of the world and since the virus emerged, there has already been signs of a shift in consumer behavior.
Retailtainment is becoming the future of retail as customers demand better shopping experiences, prompting online merchants to rethink their brand strategy.
To reap the benefits of owning an online store, reaching a global audience is one of the most effective ways to scale an ecommerce brand. Localizing customer experiences by offering a multi-currency setup should be at the core of your business in order to meet international customer expectations: resulting in more global sales.
The concept of ecommerce has revolutionized the retail industry by offering brands of all sizes the opportunity to reach customers all over the world.
If you have a Shopify store in the UK or EU, you are probably wondering what Brexit means for your store and your customers. Read our article to get you prepared whatever the outcome.
Have you ever had a request for an invoice from a customer? For online merchants who sell internationally, this could be pretty common.
We know it’s not always easy to make your way through the taxes, especially for online businesses that sell both locally and across borders.
Charging the correct tax rates is vital for your own accounting, as well as that of your customers. And you don’t want to get yourself or them into trouble with tax authorities.
Despite the dominance of content and social media marketing, email is not dead and is not likely to die anytime soon.
As an ecommerce seller, it’s easy to be complacent about choosing to only ship domestically. Indeed, shipping internationally can be a pain — there’s all this paperwork, it’s expensive, and logistics can be very complex. For small businesses, this can be very overwhelming and not worth the effort in exploring.
Every merchant spends a fair amount of money on marketing tools with only one goal: to bring visitors to his site.
But what happens next?
If you’re selling stuff online, your potential customer may find your products from anywhere. E-commerce is still growing, the market is huge, and there are practically no limits as to where your business can expand. The only question is: Are you ready to go global?
Wholesale usually brings to mind a picture of something huge. The very definition of wholesale is distributing products at lower prices in large quantities. But then again, define large.
Even if your online store doesn’t produce in thousands monthly, you can still take advantage of wholesale. And you don’t even have to change your target customer!
At Sufio we are always trying to make the world of e-commerce easier for you.
We’re constantly working on updating our app for new tweaks and building integrations with other tools.
Finding your way around the tax galaxy is not your most pleasant task, but don’t panic! We’ll try and make it simple for you.
The tax collection process is like a love triangle between you as a business owner, your customer and a tax authority. Now, here’s the painful truth: You are the one who must keep this complicated relationship run smooth.
About two thirds of shoppers who bought fashion items online in 2016 have returned at least one item from their order. As people change their shopping habits with the online revolution they are using the comfort of their own home as a fitting room, before sending back unwanted items.