According to a survey conducted by Retail System Research (RSR), more than half of consumers said they leave when they are frustrated with slow-loading e-commerce sites. Therefore, they are more likely to buy from a similar retailer. However, some brands score high marks for speed, while others prep for the influx of shoppers this coming holiday season. As soon as physical
New research from Adobe into the online shopping habits of United Kingdom consumers, between March and June, found that online marketplaces, such as Amazon, were four-times more popular than retailers' own websites. This is demonstrating the appeal of quick convenient, one-stop shopping experiences to customers online as well as offline. Consumers are drawn to broad product
The COVID-19 crisis has led to a huge spike in the number of online purchases. This has changed e-commerce forever. The growth of e-commerce has accelerated due to the COVID-19 crisis and the number of online sales has gone sky-high. Consumer spending in non-food increased by 56% in the Netherlands and supermarkets even had to contend with "empty shelves" in their web shops.
Last month, shoppers continued to shop online, with e-commerce surging at a pace that slowed only slightly as shops reopened. However, the figures suggest while online sales took off, in-store non-food sales were down by more than a quarter compared to last year. According to the latest BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor, the overall retail sales grew by 3.2% in total, compared to
This month, AliExpress is planning to shorten its delivery times in some parts of Europe by 30%. This is the result of a new air route which AliExpress has announced. The commercial route between China and Spain will start this month. Not only is the popular Chinese marketplace known for its cheap prices, but also for the very long delivery times. In addition, due to the