Why Is Going Global Important In a Digital World?

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Many companies are growing their addressable markets by accessing buyers in new regions. The World Bank forecasts global economic growth will increase to 3.1 percent in 2018 as recovery in investment, manufacturing and trade continues, and as commodity-exporting economies benefit from stabilizing commodity prices.1 An example of an industry seeing growth in foreign markets is E-Commerce, which is no longer dominated by the West. In 2015, the US share of global retail E-Commerce sales was 22.2 percent. That number is expected to fall to 16.9 percent by 2020. During the first half of 2017, 57 percent of global consumers made a purchase online, and most of those purchases were made from online retailers in Europe and APAC.  Download this paper now to learn more!