5 Top Tips for Selling to Switzerland

04 December, 2020

E-Commerce Destinations

Online spending is on the rise in Switzerland. Swiss consumers spent over €9 billion online in 2019, and a combination of high domestic prices and a lack of local manufacturing means that many of them are shopping cross-border.

Switzerland also has one of the highest GDP per capita in the world, and Switzerland is renowned for excellent fiscal and business excellence. All in all, there are many reasons why businesses are increasingly looking towards the Swiss Confederacy as an e-commerce market that offers high returns.

Unlocking those high returns does need an understanding of the consumer preferences that shape the market, as well as the regulations and customs procedures that businesses importing to Switzerland need to negotiate. And that’s why Asendia is here to help.

With Swiss Post as our parent company, we are uniquely positioned to offer a blend of local knowledge and international expertise. And we’re sharing that expertise in our top tips on selling to Switzerland.

 

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