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Neiman Marcus to reach consumers in over 100 countries
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Nov '12
FiftyOne Global Ecommerce, the global ecommerce expansion platform, and luxury retailer, Neiman Marcus, announced a partnership to help expand Neiman Marcus' reach to consumers in more than 100 countries. International shoppers will be able to complete orders on the Neiman Marcus website without worrying about payment methods, currency conversions, or shipments getting through customs en route from the US.

To kick-off this new international campaign and to help with customer's holiday shopping, Neiman Marcus also announced today that customers can enjoy a flat rate shipping on all international purchases between now and December 10th. The partnership with FiftyOne allows the retailer's international clientele to shop NeimanMarcus.com and complete online purchases using local currency and payment method of choice.

"Neiman Marcus has stature as a global fashion authority and our partnership with FiftyOne enables us to readily serve our international customers," said John Koryl, President, Neiman Marcus Direct. "We are thrilled to be able to deliver customers around the world the unparalleled Neiman Marcus online shopping experience of luxury and designer brands."

FiftyOne currently reaches 2 billion online consumers in more than 100 countries worldwide. The currency support includes accepted payments in more than 60 currencies and guaranteed exchange rates for the entire order lifecycle.

"The enthusiasm for luxury brands within the global marketplace is considerable, and by working with Neiman Marcus to expand its ecommerce capabilities, we can provide an easier, more enjoyable way for international consumers to browse and buy products from the world's top designers," said Michael DeSimone, CEO of FiftyOne Global Ecommerce.

"At FiftyOne, we combine our extensive knowledge of global markets with real-time data to create an international ecommerce solution that best suits our retailers' goals for growth and expansion."

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