With 2018 on our doorstep, there are several trends that we will see pick up in the new year. Online marketplaces will continue to disrupt retail – discover four other key predictions according to e-commerce solutions provider Azoya.
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Sylvia Wei was Azoya’s deputy managing director for Australia from their launch until January 2018. Based in Melbourne, Sylvia was responsible for delivering the value proposition of Azoya’s cross-border e-commerce solutions to retail customers and prospects in Australia, as well as establishing the company’s local partner network.
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