The news follows the company’s launch into France, Italy and the Netherlands half a year ago
BigCommerce is going to expand its presence into Germany, Spain, and Mexico, according to Ecommerce News.
That means that retailers in those locations will be able to integrate locally preferred payment methods in their online stores. Llocal merchants will be able to build and scale their B2C and B2B businesses internationally.
Interestingly, the company launched multi-currency features that made it easier for online stores to sell cross-border to shoppers across Europe and beyond in 2020.
Since then, BigCommerce has been heavily investing in its expansion.
In 2021, BigCommerce powered over 60.000 merchants across 150 countries. According to the platform, global ecommerce sales are expected to reach 5.7 billion euros by 2024. The new expansion is expected to generate even more customers for BigCommerce.
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