One of the most daunting tasks in online retail is deciding what products to sell. When you use drop shipping the pressure is far less than if you had to order hundreds of items for in-house inventory, but can still be a massive undertaking. Experts have ways to take the pain out of the product […]
By Roland Wilson-Barge The virtual universe of the metaverse is upon us. Facebook has rebranded itself as a metaverse company under the moniker Meta. JP Morgan has opened a bank branch in the metaverse. This new digital reality is being discussed everywhere.
The 2022 back-to-school shopping season is poised to be one of the most successful of recent years for Canadian ecommerce. Canadians are spending more online in Canada, and using the internet as a tool for comparison shopping and bargain hunting. In fact, 88 percent of Canadians made an online purchase in the past year, according […]
Many people who start a small business online in Canada are new to dealing with wholesale suppliers. Sadly, this can result in expensive, bad decisions or frustration levels that make Canadian entrepreneurs give up entirely. It isn’t difficult to master, however, if you’re armed with accurate information.
PRESS RELEASE – 27% of Canadian adults, or roughly an estimated 8.2 million people, plan to shop this year’s Amazon Prime Day sales, up from 24% in 2021, according to ‘Finder’s Amazon Prime Day Shopping Report’.
The most exciting and intimidating thing to happen in retail in the past couple of decades, is ecommerce. Canadian businesses and individuals now have the opportunity to sell online to a national or global market. The internet offers endless opportunities to start, grow and market at the retail level.
Ecommerce is the fastest-growing segment in Canada’s digital economy. Eighty-two percent of Canadians shopped online in 2020, spending $84.4 billion online. Canadian sellers who want to meet this demand with profitable products, must consider everything from the wholesale price to market saturation. A little inside knowledge can further ensure success in online retail.
We have reached a point where it is no longer optional for businesses to sell online using professional ecommerce software. Thriving in today’s retail environment demands it and so do consumers.
(Press Release New York, NY) — Following nearly 10 years of double-digit growth, ecommerce sales in Canada surpassed 10% of total retail sales for the first time last year, reaching 12.7%. Since 2019, ecommerce sales have nearly doubled their share, reaching $64.51 billion this year.
Drop shipping has become a very popular alternative to stocking inventory in Canada. From the smallest home business to huge retailers, drop shipping has helped businesses start, grow and expand domestically and globally.