Never has it been easier to buy and sell online. But in a changing world, what considerations do online retailers need to make when selling overseas? Danielle Amor explains to First Voice magazine.

 Danielle Amor, Director in the Commercial Services team, says that moving online has never been easier or been more vital. But, while the internet and social media have opened up a sea of opportunities for independent retailers, the ability to engage with larger audiences outside of the UK is not risk free.

“Trading online has never before offered as much opportunity; but, with cross-border sales comes a host of legal and compliance considerations that every business, large or small, must be aware of. The secret is to start off small – focus on your key markets and set up your online shop to meet those overseas obligations, before branching out further afield.”

Read the full article on the First Voice website.

 

 

 

 

 

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