Today we are revisiting a white paper that will assist you in the operation of your cross-border ecommerce business.
Operating a cross-border ecommerce business can yield great rewards, but it comes with a host of challenges. Understanding what these challenges are, where they arise and, most importantly of all, how to meet them is increasingly crucial to modern ecommerce. This is perhaps never more true than today with the UK having fully left the EU and a raft of new complexities on top of changes around the world such as VAT modernisation, ICS2, and the US STOP Act.
To assist you to navigate this complex world, this white paper written in partnership with industry leading experts Hurricane Commerce, sets out everything you need to know to operate your cross-border ecommerce business.
In this white paper we will help you understand how the different regulations apply to your cross-border ecommerce business including:
- Duties & Taxes
- Commodity Codes
- HS Codes
- Prohibted and restricted items & parties
You’ll also find a chapter on regulations including the key regulatory changes to watch out for. We also set out what will impact you if you are a retailer, if you operate a marketplace, or if you are a carrier.
It’s easy to look at regulations as a barrier to running your cross-border ecommerce business, so we also examine how to measure success in terms of customer satisfaction, customs and tax transparency and how to build a front end experience to delight your customers. This all adds up to a delivery experience that works for both you and your customers.
The white paper sums everything up giving you an 8 point action plan to ensure your cross-border ecommerce business can operate trouble free and comply with all the regulation and taxation changes coming over the next 12 months as well as those already enacted in 2021.
Download your free copy of Cross-border the easy way – The path to happy selling, shipping & returns today.