Global blue

global blue

What is Global Blue?

Global Blue is a tourism shopping tax refund company headquartered in Nyon, Switzerland. The company is best known for tax-free shopping, a VAT / GST refund product and also operates in dynamic currency conversion, marketing services, point-of-sale technology, retail staff education, and customer intelligence.

When did Global Refund become global blue?

In 2007, Apax sold the company to Equistone Partners Europe (at the time Barclays Private Equity), which valued the company at €360 million. Previously operating the two brands Tax Free Shopping and First Currency Choice, Global Refund completed its repositioning, product diversification and rebranding as Global Blue in 2010.

Who cites Global Blue intelligences Globe shopping data?

Global Blue Intelligences globe shopping data and publications are referenced by international and national media including the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, City A.M., the Moodie Report, China Confidential and The Hurun Wealth Report.

Does Global Blue offer tax-free shopping services?

In 2011 the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service selected Global Blue as the payment supplier for tax-free shopping in Australia. In July 2013 Global Blue announced a joint venture with NTT DATA to offer tax-free shopping services in Japan. Global Blue is also a certified supplier of the China National Tourism Administration...

Who is Global Blue?

Global Blue is the strategic technology and payments partner empowering merchants to capture the growth of international shoppers through Tax Free Shopping solutions, smart data and business intelligence, targeted marketing solutions and added-value payment solutions.

What is the Global Blue Academy?

The Global Blue Academy trains merchants on how best to engage with and sell to globe shoppers. Our courses cover everything from cultural understanding and insights into when and where different nationalities shop to practical information on how to sell profit-generating products such as Tax Free Shopping and Currency Choice.

When did Global Refund become global blue?

In 2007, Apax sold the company to Equistone Partners Europe (at the time Barclays Private Equity), which valued the company at €360 million. Previously operating the two brands Tax Free Shopping and First Currency Choice, Global Refund completed its repositioning, product diversification and rebranding as Global Blue in 2010.

How has Global Blue become the leading strategic technology and payments partner?

Find out more about how 40 years of constant innovation has made us a leading strategic technology and payments partner for retailers. Through continuous innovation, Global Blue has become the leading strategic technology and payments partner, empowering retailers to improve their performance and shoppers to enhance their experience.

What is Global Blue?

Global Blue is a tourism shopping tax refund company headquartered in Nyon, Switzerland. The company is best known for tax-free shopping, a VAT / GST refund product and also operates in dynamic currency conversion, marketing services, point-of-sale technology, retail staff education, and customer intelligence.

What is a globe shopper?

In 2010 Global Blue and the Economist Intelligence Unit started to use the expression globe shopper to identify the market segment of people who consider shopping as a fundamental part of their travel experience.

Does Global Blue offer tax-free shopping services?

In 2011 the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service selected Global Blue as the payment supplier for tax-free shopping in Australia. In July 2013 Global Blue announced a joint venture with NTT DATA to offer tax-free shopping services in Japan. Global Blue is also a certified supplier of the China National Tourism Administration...

Customs stamp is obligatory to get refund with Global Blue Tax Free Shopping. It proves that you exported goods from the country of purchase to your home country. Where? Get export validation customs stamp at your point of departure (airport or border crossing). When?

Where can I shop tax free in Europe?

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