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Increase Your Market Share by 59% with Alternative Payments (Now with Subscription Plans Included!)

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Approximately, 2 out of 3 businesses are not reaching their full market potential. Why is this so? Simply because of their inability to enter other intercontinental markets due to export disadvantages. Which results in a potentially great profit loss. But what is the number one cause behind this drawback? Is it taxes? Not really, since […]

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13 Feb, 17

SEPA EuroDebit: Helps Expanding into Cross-Border Sales

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E-commerce merchants based in the US and Canada now have a game-changing advantage to ring up sales from European consumers. The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) exists to unite the 28 EU countries (+7 others) into a single digital marketplace. The intention is to end many of the issues EU merchants encountered expanding into cross-border sales. This […]

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10 Feb, 16

How Alternative Payments can Supercharge your e-Commerce Business

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The Internet has become an immensely powerful marketplace that keeps transforming the financial services industry. With the global e-commerce space projected to grow at 15% CAGR through 2018, payment systems need to adapt to the changing business landscape. Namely, as businesses and consumers move to online channels, financial services need to support their expectations in […]

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14 Dec, 15

What is TTIP & Why Should US SMEs Care?

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Ask most US small or medium sized businesses if they’d like to open up their business to the European marketplace and you’ll hear a resounding “yes”. Why wouldn’t they; half a billion citizens, many speak English, good internet penetration, and a desire for US goods. However in practice, the wheels of the great global e-commerce […]

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12 Mar, 15

34 Million French Now Shop Online: Internet Sales Up 11%

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French internet sales figures for the first quarter of 2014 show an increase of 11% compared to the first quarter of 2013. The number of transactions increased by 15%. The total amount spent on-line by the French was €13.4 billion euros which equal over $18.1 billion US Dollars. There are now 34 million French on-line consumers, over […]

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17 Jun, 14

Alternative Payments Infographic: International E-commerce

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There are 200+ payment methods used around the world. This infographic illustrates where credit cards are falling short and some of the variety of payment types. Also a brief look at SEPA, the mandate to change bank debits in all EU countries. The advantages of offering Alternative Payment methods may be lost in the credit […]

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14 May, 14

Is Your Business Ignoring Half of The EU Market?

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More than 50% of online consumers in the EU do not have a credit card. “Alternative payments appeal to overlooked customer segments. More than half of European online buyers do not own a credit card…These buyers need alternatives when shopping online.” – Excerpt from “Understanding Online Payment Preferences in Europe” by Forrester Research The most […]

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01 May, 14