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Ecommerce speeds up growth for WD-40 Company

As its fastest-growing channel, ecommerce is helping to drive double-digit increases in sales for the provider of industrial and residential lubricants, cleansers and other maintenance products in the United States and in several overseas markets, the company said last week.

Watchmaker Movado gets serious about global online sales

Movado is moving its brands to the eShopWorld platform, which helps merchants more easily sell in more than 200 markets by providing local payment options and help with customs and duties.

Marketplace technology firm Mirakl raises $300 million

Mirakl, a provider of B2B and B2C online marketplace software, says it will use the funds to hire more than 300 technology engineers and also expand its customer service and sales teams.
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Online sales taper off in July as retail stores reopen

Although online sales increased 55% year over year in July, online sales growth decreased from June, according to new data from Adobe. But Adobe expects 2020 online sales to surpass the total online sales in 2019 by Oct. 5, 2020.

Global cross-border ecommerce grows 21%

As the coronavirus spread in the United States, stateside shoppers purchased more from e-retailers outside of their home country, new research reveals.

 Coronavirus: Dealing with disruptions to ecommerce

Among the precautions businesses take to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, companies selling across multiple B2B and B2C channels need to review their ability to manage extra inventory while also planning for disruptions to their supply chains and distribution center operations, Alexandra Wood of LiveArea writes.

Alibaba rallies medical suppliers for the coronavirus outbreak

The e-marketplace company has launched an ecommerce portal to connect the world’s medical suppliers with hospitals in China. Alibaba is using the portal to purchase the supplies itself and ship them for no charge to the recipients. Pictured above: Alibaba workers prepare to ship medical supplies from New York to China.
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