Jos. A. Bank expands e-commerce internationally

90 countries now have access to retailer's Internet shopping site

May 03, 2011|By Andrea K. Walker

People in England and Spain may now be able to buy suits and ties from Jos. A. Bank Clothiers.

The Hampstead-based retail chain said today it will now make it possible for people in other countries to shop from its Internet site.

It is expanding Internet shopping to more than 90 countries. The orders may be placed directly by international customers or by U.S. customers who wish to deliver their orders to family or friends at international addresses.

The company is using a third party provider, FiftyOne Global Ecommerce, to facilitate the checkout and exporting of orders.  Shoppers will be able to use the currencies of the countries where they are buying from.

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