Whether you’re starting from scratch or you’re already an established online seller, it’s always a good idea to spend some time perfecting your brand.
Expanding your business in Spain
More than 60% of 2014’s Spanish ecommerce transactions were made on international sites: of these, over 90% were in the EU (mainly in the UK, Germany and France).
The main reasons for this are:
- An appetite for international brands
- An underdeveloped logistical system in comparison to other mature markets (making long delivery times a standard for both domestic and international purchases)
The essential guide to VAT for online retailers in Spain
To ensure your move into Spain is successful, examine your tax and regulatory obligations before you start selling there. Check this essential guide ,from our partners at SIMPLYVAT.com, covering all of VAT and regulatory information you will need. Keep it handy as your international expansion plans take off!
Grow your marketplace sales
Using an international marketplace is the first step for many e-tailers as they make their initial move into the European market. With the help of an ecommerce currency specialist, you can halve the cost of converting overseas sales revenue into your home currency.
To find out how Currencies Direct work with online retailers like you to manage their international money exchanges and maximise their profits, contact the friendly experts on our ecommerce team:
+44 (0) 207847 9269