France – the ideal e-commerce destination

25 November, 2020
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E-Commerce Destinations

France is rapidly becoming one of the most exciting and profitable markets for e-commerce businesses. Find out how you can make France your next e-commerce destination. 

Culture, history, food and drink – France is a country that has an allure matched by few others. It also takes some beating in terms of e-commerce; in 2019 alone, French consumers spent over €100 billion online.

It’s no small wonder then that many businesses are seeing the value of expanding into this valuable territory. Without a doubt, the opportunities are easy to see: with both EU and EEA membership, France has a customs experience that’s well understood and easy to navigate, and its geographical position is unrivalled in all of Europe.

It’s not without its challenges though. French consumers are not only keenly discerning, but also have high expectations of the end-to-end service that they receive. Successfully balancing those challenges against the opportunities is the key to success.

Explore France with Asendia

Asendia’s knowledge of French e-commerce is unmatched. With La Poste as our founding company – the major postal provider in France – we’re uniquely positioned to offer expert knowledge to companies looking to make the most of France as an e-commerce destination. Download our e-book to discover why is France an ideal e-commerce destination.

 

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