With more than 28 million citizens between them, Belgium and the Netherlands are among the fastest-growing eCommerce markets when it comes to cross-border purchases meaning that they have rocketed up the rankings for attractiveness to retailers.
Belgium’s online presence is growing year after year and with a growing healthy appetite for cross-border purchases, what should online retailers take into account if they are to enter Belgium’s eCommerce market?
Dutch and Belgian consumers are increasingly buying their goods online, but they differ in how they want those goods delivered. A savvy online retailer needs to localise its delivery options to meet these local requirements. But what are these delivery preferences?
Cross-border eCommerce in Belgium and the Netherlands is making big strides and with a population of 28 million people and combined GDP of €1.08trn and English spoken widely, it’s no wonder it offers an attractive market to international merchants looking to expand into new territories. But does the quality of delivery offered that important to Dutch shoppers?