Internationalization

Small things and details matter. Artiks was founded in June 2018 to delight all households with quality wall art works. The founders’, Henrik’s and Patrik’s, passion for art and interior was the driving force to open an online store offers customers a wide selection of unique and stylish wall art - at the best possible prices and flexibility to anywhere in the world.

"With the help of OGOship, we have managed to expand our production and sales to the whole of the Nordic region in less than three months. Artiks puts high demands on the quality of posters, as well as delivery times, despite an average MoM growth of 40%, we have been able to achieve fast delivery times and high quality 15% cheaper than if we handled the logistics ourselves. Together, we will expand this year to a number of other European markets."

The popularity of e-commerce is increasing every year. Domestic digital consumers usually make their online purchases at domestic online stores. However, country borders do not cause restrictions. According to a study carried out by the Finnish Commerce Federation, more than 40 percent of domestic euros end up in foreign online stores. A cross border online store offers unseen opportunities, as well as challenges. The internationalisation of an online store’s operations has never been easier, at least in theory.

Domestic digital consumers usually make their online purchases at Finnish online stores. Country borders do not however cause restrictions. According to a study carried out by the Finnish Commerce Federation, more than 40 percent of Finnish euros end up in foreign online stores. A cross border online store offers unseen opportunities, as well as challenges. The internationalisation of an online store’s operations has never been easier, at least in theory.

The popularity of e-commerce is increasing every year. A cross border online store offers unseen opportunities, as well as challenges. The internationalisation of an online store’s operations has never been easier, at least in theory.

A Finnish consumer expects to be able to buy anything online. In 2017, the e-commerce market was estimated to be 8.5 billion euros. A year earlier, online sales in Europe totalled 530 billion euros. The growth of online sales has annually been around 14-15% according to The European E-commerce Report 2017.