Global expansion is often one of the most impactful and effective ways to grow an organization. As a result, in recent years, many organizations are starting to rely more and more on localization to expand. After all, you can’t truly understand or excel in international markets without a localization strategy.
The pandemic lifestyle has shifted, and consumer spending has moved from in-person to online shopping. In the United States alone, there were nearly 210 million digital buyers in 2016. Since COVID-19 struck, that number has increased by nearly 10%.