Research from AfterPay indicates that Dutch shoppers will reduce their overall purchases in July, in both online and offline purchases. Dutch consumers say that they will continue to shift purchases to online channels this month. Dutch online purchases picked up to +40% in the second half of June, when compared to early March, after a period of stabilized and even decreased
Retailers, direct-to-consumer brands, marketplaces and marketplace sellers must take action now to protect their cross-border e-commerce margins as global postal rates into the U.S. get start to soar by as much as 150% from today - because they will struggle to pass on additional costs to savvy online shoppers, according to SEKO Logistics. July 1, 2020, heralds the first day
Klarna is a major payments company from Sweden. Nowadays, it is one of the biggest fintech companies in Europe. Their payment solution offers a variety of payments methods. The most used payment method is one that allows customers to pay for online purchases after receiving them. On 30 June, Klarna entered the Spanish market with the launch of its 'buy now, pay later' service.
Germany is one of the most mature e-commerce markets in Europe. It is expected that the e-commerce in Germany will be worth €103.4 billion at the end of 2020. This is an increase of 10% compared to last year, according to RetailX. Last year, the e-commerce in Germany was worth €94 billion. Consumer adoption in Germany has always been high. Last year, 84% of the online
Domestic online retail turnover in Hungary reached HUF 781 billion in 2019, which translates to €2.2 billion. This is an increase of 17% compared to the previous year, according to eNET Internet Research. The turnover of domestic e-commerce in Hungary may exceed €4.9 billion by 2024. The frequency of domestic online purchases has been growing steadily for years, with