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Asendia, the joint venture between La Poste and Swiss Post, regularly produces insights on the burgeoning e-commerce market and the very exciting opportunities it is offering to online retailers who would like to take their business global.
This month, we’ve produced a video on e-commerce trends and the challenges to meet customer expectations as well as two free downloadable white papers on the e-commerce markets of France and Switzerland.
The French market is relatively easy to enter and be successful in. Logistics are less complex than entering other countries and distribution costs can be low. For these reasons, France is often the first country which European e-commerce retailers will enter when expanding cross border.
There are many things to consider and planning is essential. At Asendia, we’ve been helping European companies successfully distribute their goods across France for years and have collated all the information we’ve acquired in this paper to help them profit from international sales,
Switzerland on the other hand, is a small but important e-commerce market, offering plenty of opportunities for European online retailers.
The Swiss are online in large numbers and have an appetite to find cheaper prices and larger product ranges beyond their borders. And the country is a relatively easy market to enter, even though it is not part of the EU. Customs clearance can take as little as a day and through the other side a first class logistics can be found.
But, as ever, there are many things that retailers planning to enter Switzerland should consider in order to maximise their return on investment. We are certain that our white paper can help them on their journey to success.
Asendia is one of the world’s leading companies for the distribution of international mail to over 200 destinations. The joint venture between La Poste and Swiss Post is present in Europe, Asia and in the USA with over 1,000 employees, 25 offices and a large network of partners. Asendia’s headquarters are located in Paris and Berne.