Companies are struggling to keep up with the fast pace of international e-commerce

Despite the difficult trade climate, there is one avenue of international business that continues to see dramatic gains: e-commerce. Yet e-commerce is growing faster than companies can keep up, creating all kinds of challenges.

Jennifer Nesbitt

Jennifer Nesbitt

Jennifer Nesbitt is a New York-based freelance copywriter. A former journalist and graduate of Penn State University, Jennifer now writes about a variety of topics, including business, technology and marketing. She is passionate about helping companies develop their brands by providing compelling copy that adds value to their online presence.

The future is here! 10 ways e-commerce will continue to revolutionize retail in 2017 (Part 1)

Although we are still early in the year, at least 10 clear trends have already emerged in this sector for 2017.

Jacqueline Burns

Jacqueline Burns

Jacqueline Burns has a Bachelor's degree in International Trade with a specialization in e-commerce and digital marketing. In the professional field she is a dedicated broker of international trade, providing comprehensive advice to SMEs in their internationalization process and marketing of their products. International trade, digital marketing and the latest ecommerce trends are my passions.

How to protect your company and customers in e-commerce transactions

As customers increasingly turn to the internet to do their shopping, the e-commerce world continues to evolve. While this can be great for both businesses and consumers alike, there are many challenges to face when safely and satisfactorily completing purchases online.

Pamela Hyatt

Pamela Hyatt

I am a Content Marketing Specialist for the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT). You can find some of my work on TradeReady.ca. My background is in copywriting, journalism and social media. My passion lies in connecting people to the stories that are most important to them.

Why Amazon will win against Alibaba in the battle for e-commerce domination

For companies looking to take advantage of the surge of e-commerce sales in the global business world, I think that Amazon will win for several reasons.

William Laraque

William Laraque

William Alain Laraque led international trade finance teams at Chemical Bank, Standard Chartered Bank and HSBC. He led these teams in Long Island, Brooklyn and Queens, NY. The business development results were outstanding. Mr. Laraque is a former US Marine platoon commander, Supply, Embarkation and Logistics Officer. He was educated at St. John's University in Queens, NY and at the Graduate School of the University of Southern California. He has taught international business and logistics at Hofstra University and Baruch College, in NY, for 10 years. He is an active public speaker and has written over 1200 articles in international business, trade and trade finance publications.

You need to have these 6 things figured out before entering the e-commerce marketplace

As with all aspects of private international law, there are a number of issues an entrepreneur must consider before entering the e-commerce marketplace. The following…

Pamela Hyatt

Pamela Hyatt

I am a Content Marketing Specialist for the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT). You can find some of my work on TradeReady.ca. My background is in copywriting, journalism and social media. My passion lies in connecting people to the stories that are most important to them.

How trade advisors can help today’s exporters to go global

Our current trade environment provides a perfect opportunity to refocus the way trade advisors and trade promotion organization serve their clients’ needs.

John Treleaven, CITP|FIBP

John Treleaven, CITP|FIBP

John Treleaven is Principal and founder of The Treleaven Consulting Group. He has spent 32 years in the Canadian Foreign Service working abroad and in Ottawa in a variety of positions with a trade and economic focus. He is an expert in Canadian international trade and is focused on improving trade in Canada based on business friendly local communities.