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  1. Cead Mile Failte - Ireland Welcomes Ecommerce
    With Ireland drawing attention for its strong tech sector, we set out last month to learn more about ecommerce in the small island nation. Among those we consulted as we traveled the Emerald Isle were Dr. Stephen Brennan, the Chief Digital Advisor to the Irish Government, and Vol Pigrukh, founder of a global ecommerce service provider headquartered in Dublin, who shared their perspectives on Ireland's blossoming online retail market.
    Published: 2015/09/13
  2. How Irish Sellers Flourish Online
    On a quest to learn about the challenges of selling online in Ireland, EcommerceBytes took a week-long expedition to hear firsthand from sellers. From a potter in the hip city of Dublin to a textile artist in rural County Kerry, Irish sellers shared their stories and explained how they're overcoming obstacles and flourishing in one of the most beautiful places on earth.
    Published: 2015/09/13
  3. CPSIA Amendment May Provide Relief to Online Sellers
    The House of Representatives Commerce committee is working on a bill that would amend the CPSIA, offering relief to small online sellers and businesses impacted by the legislation. Vanessa Bertozzi of Etsy, which has been helping educate and mobilize crafters and online sellers affected by the CPSIA, said she was struck by the irony of the situation in which members find themselves.
    Published: 2010/05/14
  4. Handmade Toy Alliance Testifies on CPSIA Impact on Small Business
    The Handmade Toy Alliance is urging Congress to amend legislation that it says threatens small businesses including makers of handmade toys and the retailers who sell them. HTA Board Member Jill Chuckas testified on Thursday at a Senate subcommittee hearing regarding the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008.
    Published: 2010/12/03
  5. Yahoo Auctions Runs Valentine's Day Showcase
    Yahoo Auctions is running a Valentine's Day showcase. A showcase is a thematic page highlighting auction items related to the showcase topic. Sellers who choose to join a showcase will receive a special icon next to their listings.
    Published: 2005/01/25
  6. eBay Technical Issues Resolved
    A look at eBay's Systems Announcement Board on Monday showed a few "technical issues" relating to Picture Manager, My eBay and when viewing or listing items in several categories. All problems were classified resolved by noon.
    Published: 2005/01/25
  7. E-Loan Signs Agreement with eBay Motors
    E-Loan, an online consumer direct lender, will work with eBay to provide financing for automobiles and motorcycles purchased on eBay Motors, which delivers $11.1 billion in worldwide annualized gross merchandise volume.
    Published: 2005/01/25
  8. BuySafe Teams up with OTWA Community for eBay Sellers
    BuySafe, a company that uses surety bonds to protect consumers in online shopping transactions, has formed a strategic partnership with Online Traders Web Alliance (OTWA).
    Published: 2005/01/25
  9. No Snooze for this eBay Auction: Ad Space Wins $37,375 Bid
    SnoreStop won an eBay auction for advertising space on a young man's forehead last week. Twenty-year-old Andrew Fischer of Nebraska auctioned off the 1-month use of his forehead for advertising space, and earned $37,375 when the bidding ended. Fischer also earned priceless publicity for his business, HumanAdSpace.com, by appearing on network television shows.
    Published: 2005/01/25
  10. Online Auction Site SellYourItem Throws in the Towel
    Auction site SellYourItem.com is calling it quits and will close on February 1, 2005.
    Published: 2005/01/26
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