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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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Key features of a B2B marketplace

Creating a B2B MarketPlace may seem a complex task and it is difficult to get it right when there are so many things you need to remember. Here is a list of 6 key points to keep in mind before launching your MarketPlace! The business model Commission is based on business volume. A MarketPlace business […]

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Tips to optimise your business’ cash flow

Priscilla Jokhoo, Business Services Director at the Fédération Française du Prêt à Porter Féminin, who has organised the Paris Traffic fashion trade fair for the last three years, began by saying, “Fashion seasonality leads to very long cycles: between the time you create a garment and the time it brings you your first euro – […]

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