emmahome.com E-commerce goes Global with International Checkout

PETALUMA, Calif.-Emma Gardner's emma at home collection has partnered with International Checkout, Inc. to handle the retailer's operational aspects of serving online customers outside of the United States. International Checkout will now manage emma at home's international shipping, customs documentation, customer service and other aspects, so that emma at home can tap a new international revenue stream seamlessly. 

"Emma's work has always resonated globally and our friends at International Checkout now help us bring her fun and fresh home decor to these fans around the world," said Patrick McDarrah, president, emma at home.

Online consumers overseas can now shop at emmahome.com, add items to their online shopping carts, and click the International Checkout button to complete purchases. On the check-out page, customers receive an all-inclusive price quote in their local currency, including the option to prepay duties and taxes at a guaranteed rate and complete their purchase. International Checkout prepares the products for export and ships them to customers almost anywhere on the planet.

"International consumers are becoming more and more comfortable purchasing goods from the U.S. online, especially when they recognize a name they can trust," said Saskia Chiesa, CEO and president, International Checkout. "We have been fulfilling orders around the globe for nearly 10 years and serve more than 1,200 U.S. retailers. That record does a lot to boost consumer confidence. We are thrilled to help emma at home gain access to international revenues."

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