The French B2C e-commerce experienced noticeable growth last year. The growth rate was declining over the last few years, from 19.4% in 2012 to 11.2% in 2014. However, in 2015, B2C e-commerce grew by 14.3%. This growth rate resulted in a B2C e-commerce turnover of €64.9bn in France last year. For 2016, the growth is expected to decline again, as a growth rate of 10.0% is forecasted.
Archive for June 2016
While global online revenue still hovers around 10 percent of total overall retail sales, a new report suggests consumer demands will change that in a hurry. The survey focused on U.K. consumers and found the 95 percent who have Internet access have shopped online at least once within the past six months. And, 75 percent believe they will accomplish the majority of their shopping online within the next 10 years.
European consumers spent more than €455 billion ($508 billion) online in 2015, a 13 percent increase from the year before, according to a report from Ecommerce Europe. The Brussels-based trade association predicted continued growth and said e-commerce sales in the region will surpass €500 billion ($560 billion) this year with plenty of room for additional growth.