Cross border sales through marketplaces

Thursday, 23rd May 2013

FusePump assesses the issue of e-Commerce on marketplaces: "65% of e-shoppers prefer to buy from marketplacesso it makes sense to use one to sell your products internationally. The bigger marketplaces all operate overseas and have a loyal customer base that uses the marketplace as their main port of call for researching and purchasing products."

FusePump provides as a source for the percentage of e-shoppers preferring marketplaces: "Eccomplished, April 2012 via Econsultancys Ecommerce statistics October 2012"

French e-Commerce

Thursday, 23rd May 2013

Telecompaper publishes data on the French e-Commerce market: "Frances e-commerce market rose by 14 percent to EUR 12.1 billion in the first quarter, compared to the year-earlier period, according to ecommerce and distance selling association Fevad. Nearly 19,000 new e-shopping sites were created over the last 12 months, taking the number of active e-commerce sites to 120,000. The number of online shoppers reached 32.6 million in the first quarter, 5 percent more than a year earlier. Nearly two-thirds of online shoppers visited at least one of the top-15 e-commerce sites in the first quarter.Among over 65 year-olds, the progression was 27 percent. The average shopping basket fell by 4 percent to EUR 85, the lowest ever recorded by Fevad."

Internet use in Europe

Thursday, 23rd May 2013


e-Commerce in Poland

Thursday, 23rd May 2013

Presta e-Commerce informs us about the Polish e-Commerce market: "With almost 13 million online buyers and around 10000 e-stores so far,Poland is one of the biggest e-commerce market that is experiencing very fast growth in a domain of online sales. In the last four yearsthe profit from online sales has jumpedfor 3 times and has reached around 4 and half billion euros."

- "Computer is still the dominant tool Poles are using for online purchasing."

- "Around 60% of Internet users in Poland are women"

- "focus on electronic equipment, multimedia accessories books and video games, as well as, cosmetics, as these are the best-selling online products"

- "your business opportunity may lie somewhere out of the Warsaw, as there is not so much concurrence and the offer is less"

- "Group purchasing with great prices and attractive offers can be opportunity for you"

- "dont underestimate the importance of social networks, especially in Poland. More than any other European country Poles are much attached to social networks"

UK e-Commerce will boost because of cross border trading

Thursday, 23rd May 2013

EMR Recruitment writes: "A new study from etail trade association IMRG and Manhattan Associates suggested that the number of parcels delivered by British firms will rise by 70 per cent to hit 2.2 billion in 2017, indicating the increasing economic importance of ecommerce. Over the course of 2012 roughly 1.3 billion etail parcel movements took place - this includes returns, at an average rate of 22 per cent.Much of the predicted boost will be driven by cross-border trading - something that could see businesses revamping their procedures, according to the study."

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