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WELCOME TO BRITSUPERSTORE: British Food Goods Delivered worldwide

With so many companies offering British food and goods online, why choose Britsuperstore? We have been in business for over 22 years and are one of the most experienced UK grocery exporters on the web today.Whether you are an individual or a business, Britsuperstore can offer you the service you are looking for. You will find a reliable, secure service with thousands of products and prices to suit your individual needs.

We do not hold stock. We are personal shoppers and purchase your goods once you have ordered. Our team of dedicated personal shoppers are here to hand pick your goods to ensure the longest possible shelf life and quality. This unique service allows you to browse one site for all your favorite and supermarket brands. All products offered on this website are obtained from the UK market. We only buy goods intended for the UK and labelled appropriately, according to UK regulations.

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Congratulations! You have reached www.britsuperstore.com and we know that we can give you what you are looking for. If you are abroad and require those little home comforts or foods that just aren’t the same where you are then you need to use us to fulfil your needs. Order from us and rest assured that you are using a company with an outstanding track record. Our personal shoppers will hand pick your order which will then be carefully packed so that it arrives with you exactly as it was sent. Our shipping is safe, quick and reliable. Shop with us and have a shopping experience second to none.

Feeding your baby is so important to you and we want you to know that it is important to us too. If you are overseas you may not be able to get hold of the formula that you are familiar with and this where we come in! Browse our Baby Store for Hipp Organic Baby Milk, Milupa Aptamil Baby Milk and Formula, SMA Baby Milk and Formula and Cow and Gate Baby Milk. As your baby grows you may want to try Farley’s Rusks Original which we think just about everyone in the UK was raised on! You can order Organix Baby Food, Cow and Gate Baby Food and Heniz Baby Food so you need never be without the brands that you know and trust for your baby. Your peace of mind is important to us.

You may be following a special diet and the foods that you need may not be very easy to come by where you are in the world. At britsuperstore.com we can meet your needs so take a look in our Special Diet Food Section. If you love sandwiches but can’t eat wheat or gluten then order the delicious Dietry Specials Ciabatta Rolls or the Biona Organic Rye and Sunflower Seed Bread, both favourites of gluten free shoppers in the UK. Enjoy homemade pizza with the rest of the family by ordering the Tesco Free From Pizza Bases and don’t miss out when they all have curry because you can order the Tesco Free From Garlic and Coriander Naan Bread and join in. You don’t need to miss out on treats either as we can send you a wide selection of gluten and/or dairy free confectionary such as Biona Organic Sour Snakes, Dairy Free Chocolate Covered Raisins and Biona Organic Mini Fruit Bears. If you love to cook but find yourself limited by what ingredients you can access then use us for Sainsbury’sFree From Italian Corn Spaghetti, Hale and Hearty Organic Brown and White Rice Penne and Pollen Organics Basil and Almond Pesto.

We Brits are a houseproud lot but keeping house overseas can be more difficult if you do not have your favourite ‘go to’ products to hand. We can help you and if you go to our Homecare Section you can choose from tried and trusted UK products which will get the job done. Order UK favourite laundry powders Bold, Surf, Ariel or Persil and couple these with fabric conditioners Lenor or Comfort. Get the famous Fairy Liquid Original or try the Tesco Expert Naturally Powered Lemon Washing Up Liquid for a change. For general cleaning around your home turn to us for your Domestos and Parazone products and don’t forget to turn to the amazingly useful Dettol Antibacterial Surface Cleansing Wipes so popular with UK shoppers.

Chocolate is the one food that will never go out of fashion and it will always be the perfect treat, comfort food or tasteful gift. Here at britsuperstore we can send you whatever you like from our great and extensive range of delicious chocolate. If you want to treat your grandchildren then order everybody’s childhood favourite, Cadburys Curly Wurly or a packet of Cadburys Heroes Family Treatsize. If it’s been ‘one of those days’ and you need a comforting taste of home than make sure that you have stocked your cupboards with Cadburys Dairy Milk or perhaps you might prefer a Mars Bar or a Milky Way. For dinner parties nothing beats the elegance of the classic After Eight or Bendicks Chocolate Mint Crisps especially when teamed with a Lavazza Espresso or Taylor’s Rich Italian coffee. And for treating the whole family try Thornton’s Premium Collection for when you are all together watching TV and want to make it a little bit special.


Chinese Retailers Listed In Top 100 Retailers Worldwide #retail #analytics


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Chinese Retailers Listed In Top 100 Retailers Worldwide

After rated among the world’s top 250 retailers in 2008, Chinese retailers, including Gome, Bailian Group, Suning, and Dashang, were again entered on the list this year, with their average ratings up 71 places.

Published by one of the world’s largest accounting firms Deloitte and the authoritative U.S. retail magazine Stores, the list provided the 2009 edition of the top 250 retailers in the world. According to the list, the worldwide retail industry was affected by the global financial crisis, with the impact on the United States, Britain, and Japan being the most obvious. But retail markets in Russia, South Korea, and China still had good performances, with two Russian retailers and four Chinese retailers climbing rapidly in the list.

Statistics showed that four Chinese retailers were included in the top 250 retailers in 2008. Apart from the Shanghai-based Bailian Group which sat at the 101 place, the other three, Gome, Suning, and Dalian Dashang Group, were all out of the top 200.

In the 2009 edition, Chinese electronics retailer Gome was up 155 places from 218th to the 63rd; Chinese electronics retailer Suning up 63 places from 216th to 152nd; Shanghai Bailian Group up 10 places to the 91st; and Dalian Dashang Group up 57 places to 167th.

In addition, the U.S. retail giant Wal-Mart still held the first place in the list, followed by French Carrefour, and the in third to the fifth places were Tesco from Britain, Metro from Germany, and Home Depot from the United States.


E-commerce worldwide – Statistics – Facts #retail #store #manager #jobs


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E-commerce worldwide

E-commerce worldwide – Statistics Facts

Statistics and facts about global e-commerce

For private consumers around the globe the most well-known form of e-commerce falls into the business to consumer (B2C) category, also known as online retail or online shopping. It refers to online purchases from bricks-and-mortar retailers, such as Walmart, as well as from “pure-click” online retailing corporations such as Amazon.com or Rakuten. Although it is a growing business around the globe, with some 41 percent of global internet users having purchased products online in 2013. the online shopping penetration rate varies from one country to another; as of 2015, China was the country where most internet users had bought a product online within the previous month. Other countries where online shopping is thriving are Germany, India, Brazil and United Kingdom.

In 2013, global e-retail sales amounted to 839.8 billion U.S. dollars and projections show a growth of up to 1.5 trillion U.S. dollars by 2018. North America is currently the largest regional market for online shopping, with sales worth some 126 billion U.S. dollars reported in 2013, more than double the amount in 2008. The Asia and Oceania region is also becoming a strong contender, especially due to China’s economic boom, with an estimated eight fold increase in sales between 2008 and 2018. The unprecedented worldwide B2C e-commerce sales growth is however expected to slightly slow down in the near future. In 2013, global B2C e-commerce sales grew 19 percent compared to the previous year, but in 2018 forecast expect growth of only 10 percent. In Europe, the United Kingdom is by far the largest market for B2C e-commerce, with a turnover of 107 billion Euros in 2013, twice the amount of the second ranked, France.

In recent years, mobile shopping has been on the rise, with customers increasingly using their mobile devices for various online shopping activities. According to a 2015 study regarding mobile shopping penetration worldwide. 46 percent of internet users in the Asia Pacific region and 20 percent of those in North America had purchased products via a mobile device, whether smartphone or tablet computer. When asked whether mobile phones will become the main tool for purchasing goods in the future. some 9 percent of respondents in an extended global survey strongly agreed. Opinions, however, differed according to region and country, where shoppers Denmark and Belgium rather disagreed, while those in China and India agreed the most. M-commerce sales in India have accounted for 11 percent of total retail sales in 2014 and were expected to grow to 25 percent by 2017, while in China, mobile online retail sales have grown by some 450 percent between 2010 and 2011 and are expected to continue growing in the future, although at much lower rates.

Amazon.com is one of the most popular and well-known example of an online shopping platform. Founded in 1995, the Seattle-based site started out as an online bookstore, but soon began expanding its product range towards other retail goods and consumer electronics. As of 2013, Amazon is the worldwide leading e-retailer. as well as the number one m-retailer globally.

A worldwide study regarding shopping behavior shows that as of 2014, some of the most popular product categories to be shopped online are electronics, fashion and apparel or home appliances. Regional differences are obvious once again, as groceries for example are bought online by 90 percent of Chinese internet users, but only 26 percent of Americans, while sports and outdoor purchases are more popular in Germany than Japan.

This text provides general information. Statista assumes no liability for the information given being complete or correct. Due to varying update cycles, statistics can display more up-to-date data than referenced in the text.

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eHobby Asia, eHobbyAsia.com, Milsim Airsoft, Wargame Airsoft Gun, Skirmish Airgun, Combat Gear, Accessory, Retail & Wholesale, Worldwide Shipping

eHobby Asia is a Hong Kong based company, we aim to bring you the Latest and Top Quality MilSim Airsoft, Skirmish Airsoft and Wargame Airsoft products. We provide products for MilSim Skirmish Survival Game, Military Simulation training, IPSC Airsoft Game. We also provide different Combat Gears for Airsoft Skirmishing, Shooting and War Game. In order to stay on top of today’s Competitive and Service demanding business market, it is our Goal to provide DAILY LOW PRICES TOP QUALITY SERVICES for you.

All Milsim Airsoft Guns, Gas Blowback Guns, Spring Guns are NOT real firearms. All Milsim airsoft guns sold to US customers are affixed with an orange tip permanently.

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Nike: number of stores worldwide 2016 #carters #online #coupons


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Nike: number of stores worldwide 2009-2016

Total number of Nike retail stores worldwide from 2009 to 2016

This timeline shows the total number of Nike retail stores worldwide from 2009 to 2016. In 2015, Nike operated a total of 931 retail stores throughout the entire world.

The number of Nike’s stores in the United States from 2009 to 2016 is to be found here .

Nike, Inc. is a sportswear and equipment supplier based in the United States that was founded in January 1964. The company’s headquarters are located near Beaverton, Oregon. Nike is the world’s leading supplier of athletic shoes and apparel and a major manufacturer of sports equipment.

US-based Nike is the world leader in athletic footwear and apparel. The company, which is traded as NKE on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), has acquired several footwear and apparel companies over its history such as Cole Haan, Bauer Hockey, Converse, Hurley International, Starter and Umbro. The Nike swoosh is one of the most recognized logos, as well as one of the most reputable athletic sponsors in the world. Nike employed approximately 57,000 people and operated more than 850 retail stores worldwide in 2014. Much of Nike’s success can be attributed to the brands worldwide marketing campaign which uses sponsorship agreements with celebrity athletes, professional sports teams and college athletic programs to use their products for the promotion of their technology and design.

Over the years, the sporting goods industry has seen many mergers and acquisitions. Key players in the industry include Reebok, Adidas, Puma and of course Nike, with the latter generating a global revenue close to 28 billion U.S. dollars in 2014. Some of these companies are joining up with fashion designers to produce new clothing styles and widen their product lines. As a result, consumption will continue to be driven by a trend toward less formal dress in the workplace and demand from specific demographics such as teenagers and baby boomers.


Starting an online retail business – 10 things to consider – Women Unlimited Worldwide #retail


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Starting an online retail business 10 things to consider

Online retailing is a lucrative business UK shoppers spent £68 billion online in 2011, an increase of 16% from 2012. Thanks to advances in technology it is now easier than ever to try and capitalise on this market. The Middleton’s ‘Party Pieces’ business (even pre Royal Wedding), is a great example of turning a simple concept of creating party bags for children, into a multi-million pound turnover online business, supplying party essentials across the UK.

More and more women are looking to set up their own online businesses. They are faced with the pressures of finding a work-life balance, affording expensive nursery fees and finding precious time with their children. Running an online business from home is the perfect solution.

Ten practical things to consider when setting up an online retailing business:

1. Know your market

It is absolutely essential that you know the market in which you intend to trade. Whether it’s a product or service, you must know everything about the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and it certainly helps if you have worked in the industry before. Formulating your business plan will help with this.

2. Business plan

The best place to start your business is by formulating your business plan. This is essentially a document which looks at your strategy logically and helps you to understand everything from finance through to delivery and is as much for your own benefit as it is your bank managers. There are plenty of online guides to building your own business including the one recommended by the government on Businesslink .

3. Financing

Most start-up businesses have some start-up costs. There will be overheads such as stock, marketing i.e. the cost of building your website, storage etc. Therefore your budget will determine where you need to access finance from. The different options available include a bank overdraft, bank loan, equity investment including Business Angels and Venture Capitalists (individuals looking for investment) and the Small Loans Firm Guarantee. Of course if you are really lucky, your own personal savings may suffice.

4. Website

As an online business, your website is your most important selling tool as it is essentially your ‘shop- window’ for the product. Therefore keep it clean and simple to use and relevant to your product or service.

Register your domain

Registering your domain is registering your website name. There are a number of ‘registrars’ that you can do this with some free, some may cost a little but the most important thing is to ensure that the domain is registered in your name and not the registrars. *Domain registrars include:

Find a webhost

A Web host is the company that will rent you space on their servers to host your website. Some of these companies will offer domain registration and it’s easier to have both with the same company. *Therefore web hosting providers are the same as above.

Designing your website

There are two options to complete this task, either by doing it yourself via a template service or hire a web designer to do it for you. The first option can be done via:

  • Hosting company – They offer free site building tools
  • Word Press – Free tool and simple to install
  • Dreamweaver by Adobe – This will take a while to navigate

Hiring a professional is definitely the easiest option and you can either use someone you have met via word of mouth, or you can go through a third party where designers looking for work will advertise their services. These are:

5. Payments

The payment process must be as simple and easy to use as possible, otherwise you risk losing the sale. There are two methods of doing this through online payments or a shopping cart:

Online Payments

Shopping Cart

6. Logistics

Once a customer has made a purchase from your site, you will need to ship the product to them. Your product size and weight will determine how you make the shipment.

  • A simple method is to use a downloadable information product or an online service via E-Junkie.com.
  • A more comprehensive shipment will require a courier e.g. Motivational Fulfilment or Mailing Fulfilment Service Association.

7. Marketing

You need your ‘shop window’ to be as accessible as possible and to reach as many people as possible, therefore you need to consider how you will market your website so that it is ranked favourably online. You can use the following methods to market your site:

  • Register with the three major search engines (Google, Bing and Yahoo)
  • Blog in the major blog directories
  • Content marketing, including video and audio podcast
  • Online advertising e.g. Google and Facebook ads
  • Offline marketing (direct mail, company vehicles, print ads, promotional products)
  • You could always outsource this job to an ‘SEO specialist company.’

8. Prospecting

In order for your business to grow you will need to do a fair amount of prospecting for new and existing clients. Capturing customer email addresses when they are making their purchase will give you a contact. Moving forward, a great way to keep in touch is to email them monthly with news, offers and competitions. Using a professional email marketing template accessed via a specialist email marketing company will make this activity look more professional.

Email Marketing Providers include:

9. Track Growth

You need to have some control over your web activity to determine how many visitors to your site, the most popular time for their visit and other criteria which will help to make your marketing campaigns more effective. Google Analytics is a free tool which tracks popular pages, traffic sources and popular keywords etc.

10. Things to think about

You are almost well on your way to launching your start-up online business however there are just a few more things to consider:

  • Tax
  • Banking
  • Licensing and trademarks
  • Accounting
  • Legal matters

Did you follow these steps when setting up an online retail business? What challenges did you face along the way and how have they impacted on your business?

About the Author: Katie Nunwick is a UK based content writer, writing part time for Project Simply: Digital agency Manchester and also writing on a freelance basis. She specialises in writing content for business, finance and well being websites.
Good Luck!


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WELCOME TO BRITSUPERSTORE: British Food Goods Delivered worldwide

With so many companies offering British food and goods online, why choose Britsuperstore? We have been in business for over 22 years and are one of the most experienced UK grocery exporters on the web today.Whether you are an individual or a business, Britsuperstore can offer you the service you are looking for. You will find a reliable, secure service with thousands of products and prices to suit your individual needs.

We do not hold stock. We are personal shoppers and purchase your goods once you have ordered. Our team of dedicated personal shoppers are here to hand pick your goods to ensure the longest possible shelf life and quality. This unique service allows you to browse one site for all your favorite and supermarket brands. All products offered on this website are obtained from the UK market. We only buy goods intended for the UK and labelled appropriately, according to UK regulations.

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Congratulations! You have reached www.britsuperstore.com and we know that we can give you what you are looking for. If you are abroad and require those little home comforts or foods that just aren’t the same where you are then you need to use us to fulfil your needs. Order from us and rest assured that you are using a company with an outstanding track record. Our personal shoppers will hand pick your order which will then be carefully packed so that it arrives with you exactly as it was sent. Our shipping is safe, quick and reliable. Shop with us and have a shopping experience second to none.

Feeding your baby is so important to you and we want you to know that it is important to us too. If you are overseas you may not be able to get hold of the formula that you are familiar with and this where we come in! Browse our Baby Store for Hipp Organic Baby Milk, Milupa Aptamil Baby Milk and Formula, SMA Baby Milk and Formula and Cow and Gate Baby Milk. As your baby grows you may want to try Farley’s Rusks Original which we think just about everyone in the UK was raised on! You can order Organix Baby Food, Cow and Gate Baby Food and Heniz Baby Food so you need never be without the brands that you know and trust for your baby. Your peace of mind is important to us.

You may be following a special diet and the foods that you need may not be very easy to come by where you are in the world. At britsuperstore.com we can meet your needs so take a look in our Special Diet Food Section. If you love sandwiches but can’t eat wheat or gluten then order the delicious Dietry Specials Ciabatta Rolls or the Biona Organic Rye and Sunflower Seed Bread, both favourites of gluten free shoppers in the UK. Enjoy homemade pizza with the rest of the family by ordering the Tesco Free From Pizza Bases and don’t miss out when they all have curry because you can order the Tesco Free From Garlic and Coriander Naan Bread and join in. You don’t need to miss out on treats either as we can send you a wide selection of gluten and/or dairy free confectionary such as Biona Organic Sour Snakes, Dairy Free Chocolate Covered Raisins and Biona Organic Mini Fruit Bears. If you love to cook but find yourself limited by what ingredients you can access then use us for Sainsbury’sFree From Italian Corn Spaghetti, Hale and Hearty Organic Brown and White Rice Penne and Pollen Organics Basil and Almond Pesto.

We Brits are a houseproud lot but keeping house overseas can be more difficult if you do not have your favourite ‘go to’ products to hand. We can help you and if you go to our Homecare Section you can choose from tried and trusted UK products which will get the job done. Order UK favourite laundry powders Bold, Surf, Ariel or Persil and couple these with fabric conditioners Lenor or Comfort. Get the famous Fairy Liquid Original or try the Tesco Expert Naturally Powered Lemon Washing Up Liquid for a change. For general cleaning around your home turn to us for your Domestos and Parazone products and don’t forget to turn to the amazingly useful Dettol Antibacterial Surface Cleansing Wipes so popular with UK shoppers.

Chocolate is the one food that will never go out of fashion and it will always be the perfect treat, comfort food or tasteful gift. Here at britsuperstore we can send you whatever you like from our great and extensive range of delicious chocolate. If you want to treat your grandchildren then order everybody’s childhood favourite, Cadburys Curly Wurly or a packet of Cadburys Heroes Family Treatsize. If it’s been ‘one of those days’ and you need a comforting taste of home than make sure that you have stocked your cupboards with Cadburys Dairy Milk or perhaps you might prefer a Mars Bar or a Milky Way. For dinner parties nothing beats the elegance of the classic After Eight or Bendicks Chocolate Mint Crisps especially when teamed with a Lavazza Espresso or Taylor’s Rich Italian coffee. And for treating the whole family try Thornton’s Premium Collection for when you are all together watching TV and want to make it a little bit special.