Without a doubt, the biggest online platforms for selling online are eBay and Amazon. Essentially, customers can find everything there and purchase it quickly. A smooth shopping experience and a significantly large variety of products are waiting to entice customers’ seeking that ‘certain’ …
It has been years now, and companies continue to struggle with deciding where to outsource their business. We found out the two major problems companies face when choosing a country for outsourcing; one is, high costs of outsourcing their customer …
Many business people and entrepreneurs are holding back on where to choose to expand their business or even where to open one. Well, we did our homework, and we are going to show you the top 5 European countries which are suitable enough for you to expand your business.
Every business has an inspiration story before it. Today, we are going to show you 5 of the most humble and inspiring business start-ups. Some of the stories even gave goose bumps to some of our colleagues. We hope you get the feeling as well.
Are you in a dilemma, of whether to use insourcing or use an outsourcing Company? Well, we will provide you with solid information to help you reach a decision. Below, we will list out some pros and cons of insourcing and outsourcing.
In the first half of 2015, a study conducted by PayFort for e-payments predict a strong increase in the e-commerce sector for the Middle East region. The research forecasts that by 2020, the volume of e-commerce in UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, will amount to $13.2bn. Whereas this year, volume of accomplishments in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon have reached an amount of $7bn.
If you are considering on investing in an online business, but still challenging yourself in reaching a decision. Facing questions like, what business model is good to invest in today, or in what industry, are essential questions for today`s entrepreneurs and investors.
In 2014 eBay made $28 billion only from mobile purchases. Mobile commerce is crucial for eBay and in the Q1 of 2015 eBay reports show that 52% of their consumers make their purchases through smartphones.