Three in four European consumers (74%) say they will stick to their COVID-19 online shopping levels. This means that they will not reduce their e-commerce activities now that they can shop offline again. Therefore, it looks like the shift to e-commerce is here to stay, according to EcommerceNews Europe. During the lockdowns of last year, 96% of consumers in Europe shopped
The US e-commerce giant, Amazon, is everywhere across the globe. Even though Amazon might not be a real fashion leader, there is still a lot of revenue that is being made by fashion retailers through these marketplaces. Lengow and DataHawk have published a study on Amazon and the online fashion market. They analyzed the hundred best sellers in the “clothing” category on Amazon
The United Kingdom has secured a new trade deal with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. It will boost critical British sectors like digital, slash tariffs on high-quality British food and farm products. In addition, it supports jobs in every corner of our country. The deal agreed in principle on 4th June is the first time these three European countries have included dedicated
In times of climate change, people around the world are becoming increasingly sensitive and open towards environmentally friendly solutions in their everyday consumption behavior. E-commerce can be a more sustainable alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar retail in many ways. Primarily because it saves a lot of CO2 on the transport side as compared to stationary retail.
More than eight in ten (84%) online shoppers would turn their back on a retailer after a bad returns experience, according to InternetRetailing. Highlighting the power of returns as a customer acquisition and retention tool, and the repercussions of getting them wrong. 39% of consumers have done more shopping online since COVID-19. Ultimately, this creates an increased