E-commerce in Global Markets

Introduction

Introduction


The Internet and the Global Marketplace


The Ernst and Young Global Retailing Study
http://www.ey.com/global/content.nsf/International/Industries_-_RCP_-_Global_Supply_Chain_Survey
"Global Online Retailing" gives a broad overview of current global e-tailing trends. It also presents portraits of the online retailing climates in each of the 12 countries participating in the study: Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Data was gathered in October and November 2000.

Fundamental Issues

Consumer Sector Issues http://www.paypal.com/, http://www.ipin.com/,
http://www.echarge.com/faq.html
Delivery options: costs, addresses, distance to consumer

Web Design Issues:


The Internet and the European Marketplace

Latin America


Structural Barriers to Global E-Commerce

 Structural Barriers to Global E-Commerce (contd.) Structural Barriers to Global E-Commerce (contd.) Structural Barriers to Global E-Commerce (contd.)


Structural Barriers to Global E-Commerce (contd.)

Using the Internet for Understanding Global Buyers


3. Using the Internet for Understanding Global Buyers (contd.)


Competitive Advantage and Cyberspace


 Competitive Advantage and Cyberspace (contd.)


 Ramifications of the Internet for Global Marketing Strategies


 Ramifications of the Internet for Global Marketing Strategies (contd.)

Ramifications of the Internet for Global Marketing Strategies (contd.)
 


 
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