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International b2b e-commerce: mistakes to avoid

Increasing numbers of B2B businesses both large and small are setting their sights on trading internationally through an e-commerce platform. To give yourself the best chance of making a decent fist of it, Axel Mouquet, Development Director of Webhelp Payment Services, proffers his advice and explains which mistakes to avoid. At Webhelp Payment Services, we […]

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2019: marketplaces set to take the B2B market by storm

We look back at the B2B marketplace morning discussion to explain the main changes and challenges set to be feature in 2019. “Our starting point was the observation that whereas in 2017 we were at the very beginning of the “B2B marketplace spring“, we are now seeing it in full bloom!” announced Sébastien Murbach, a […]

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3 key questions about your marketplace business model

One of the main marketplace elements you should consider is, of course, the business model and profitability. How can I develop my marketplace project into a profitable long-term business? Here are three key questions you should ask yourself to find out. What ratios should I envisage in my business model? By its very nature, and […]

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