From Overwhelming to Organized: Download our Free Guide to Global Product Management

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In the next five years, cross-border ecommerce is expected to reach $424 billion, according to Forrester. With 42% of shoppers only buying from websites in their native language, retailers need to localize their business in order take advantage of the cross-border opportunity.
This means adapting your product information and marketing to new audiences. When your catalog has thousands of products and changes every season, it can seem impossible to localize everything!
That’s why we’ve partnered with Akeneo, the open source PIM system, to make a practical guide on how to manage your product data on a global scale.
Through concrete examples and industry best-practices, you’ll learn how to organize and scale your product information in order to reach global audiences.

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Reach new international markets with Akeneo and TextMaster

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At TextMaster, our goal is to help business to accelerate their international growth by giving them a whole new way to handle their translations.

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Introducing our Latest Integration Partner: locize.com

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Over the last few years, our goal has been to make translation more streamlined, which has also meant that we make our service available to users in a way that’s easier for them, whether it’s through our online platform, plugins for Magento or WordPress, or various partners. Today, we’re excited to announce our latest integration with the localization platform locize.com.

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How Jumia earned the position as the African Amazon in just 4 years

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Created in 2012 in Nigeria by Sacha Poignonnec and Jérémy Hodara, Jumia was able to become the ecommerce leader in Africa in just 4 years. With record growth, it has seen sales multiplied by 5 in the last two years. Today, Jumia is active in 12 African countries, employees 1800 people and has delivered over 1.6 million orders in 2015.

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Which language will dethrone English on the internet?

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There are over 7000 languages used around the world, with English having the most native speakers around the world, followed by Chinese and Spanish. Today, English also takes top online, as it was the original language when the Internet was created and is still the main language for developers. Let’s not forget that 30 years ago, it was impossible to use letters with accents or non-Latin characters.

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