Ecommerce in the Netherlands: €23.7 billion in 2018

Ecommerce in the Netherlands: €23.7 billion in 2018

Rate this post Ecommerce in the Netherlands was worth 23.7 billion euros in 2018. That’s an estimated growth of 10 percent compared to the situation one year before. Last year, 96 percent of consumers aged 15 and over have purchased something online at least once. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/ecommerce-in-the-netherlands-e23-7-billion-in-2018/

Learning Online: Getting Down to Business

Learning Online: Getting Down to Business

Rate this post Online learning platforms have made it easier than ever to offer workshops, courses and educational content of all kinds. In addition to the growth of online learning in traditional educational spheres, there’s been growth in the business world. Companies increasingly have been using online learning platforms both to train employees and to educate customers. “Online learning … allows people around the world to access opportunities for growth and development that were previously inaccessible or unaffordable,” said Ruzuku…

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Millennial CRM

Millennial CRM

Rate this post Trying to do business without also having a modern CRM system is like walking around naked. You can do it, at least for a little while, but people will begin to think you’re weird — and the trouble is, those people are all potential customers. CRM is essential today because, despite our reverence for the free market, it’s really more like free markets — plural — and we need to be relevant, to treat people the way…

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23% of ecommerce in Europe is cross-border

23% of ecommerce in Europe is cross-border

Rate this post The online cross-border market in Europe represented a turnover of 95 billion euros in 2018. This corresponds to a cross-border share of total online sales in Europe of 22.8 percent. Within these countries, 36 billion euros is generated by the top 500 cross-border ecommerce companies. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/23-of-ecommerce-in-europe-is-cross-border/

78% of shoppers would buy more if there are free returns

78% of shoppers would buy more if there are free returns

Rate this post Most online shoppers would order more in the long-run if an online retailer offers free returns. And a significant 84 percent of shoppers won’t even come back to a store if they’ve encountered a poor returns experience. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/78-of-shoppers-would-buy-more-if-there-are-free-returns/

From Virtual to Value: Building Meaningful Experiences With Gamification

From Virtual to Value: Building Meaningful Experiences With Gamification

Rate this post Amid shifting consumer habits and the digitization of everything, the retail landscape has undergone significant transformations over the past decade, and it continues to evolve as quickly as ever. These transformations bring about a slew of challenges and opportunities for retailers to improve the overall shopping experience. With traditional retail strategies gradually losing their efficacy in reaching their intended target audience, more innovative alternatives have entered the market. One such technique is gamification. Original source: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/85902.html?rss=1

78% of shoppers would buy more if there are free returns

78% of shoppers would buy more if there are free returns

Rate this post Most online shoppers would order more in the long-run if an online retailer offers free returns. And a significant 84 percent of shoppers won’t even come back to a store if they’ve encountered a poor returns experience. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/78-of-shoppers-would-buy-more-if-there-are-free-returns/

Can Facebook Solve Its Worsening Privacy Problem?

Can Facebook Solve Its Worsening Privacy Problem?

Rate this post The good news is that of the many troubles Facebook has, privacy seems to be front and center for both CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg. The question is, will the actions they take to address the company’s privacy issues be enough? If not, this is the kind of problem that can and will cause long-term damage to the Facebook brand. Zuckerberg and Sandberg have done a remarkable job building out a successful company. However, now…

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‘Ecommerce in Germany worth 58.8 billion in 2019’

‘Ecommerce in Germany worth 58.8 billion in 2019’

Rate this post Ecommerce in Germany is forecast to be worth 58.5 billion euros by the end of 2019. This would mean an increase of about 9 percent, and 5 billion euros, compared to the situation at the end of last year. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/ecommerce-in-germany-worth-58-8-billion-in-2019/

23% of ecommerce in Europe is cross-border

23% of ecommerce in Europe is cross-border

Rate this post The online cross-border market in Europe represented a turnover of 95 billion euros in 2018. This corresponds to a cross-border share of total online sales in Europe of 22.8 percent. Within these countries, 36 billion euros is generated by the top 500 cross-border ecommerce companies. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/23-of-ecommerce-in-europe-is-cross-border/

‘Ecommerce in Germany worth 58.8 billion in 2019’

‘Ecommerce in Germany worth 58.8 billion in 2019’

Rate this post Ecommerce in Germany is forecast to be worth 58.5 billion euros by the end of 2019. This would mean an increase of about 9 percent, and 5 billion euros, compared to the situation at the end of last year. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/ecommerce-in-germany-worth-58-8-billion-in-2019/

Ecommerce in Belgium: €10.67 billion in 2018

Ecommerce in Belgium: €10.67 billion in 2018

Rate this post Ecommerce in Belgium was worth 10.67 billion euros in 2018. That’s an increase of almost 6 percent compared to the situation one year before. Belgian consumers have not only spent more money online, they also shopped more often: last year, the average Belgian shopper bought something online over 11 times. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/ecommerce-in-belgium-e10-67-billion-in-2018/

Amazon Drops Lowest-Pricing Rule for Third-Party Sellers

Amazon Drops Lowest-Pricing Rule for Third-Party Sellers

Rate this post Amazon reportedly has removed the price parity contract clause that barred third-party vendors on its platform from selling their products at a lower price elsewhere. The company long has been accused of anticompetitive behavior and has come under considerable political pressure because of its use of the price parity, also known as “most favored nation,” restriction. “Amazon sees the handwriting on the wall,” remarked Rebecca Wettemann, vice president of research at Nucleus Research. Original source: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/85898.html?rss=1

Ecommerce in the Netherlands: €23.7 billion in 2018

Ecommerce in the Netherlands: €23.7 billion in 2018

Rate this post Ecommerce in the Netherlands was worth 23.7 billion euros in 2018. That’s an estimated growth of 10 percent compared to the situation one year before. Last year, 96 percent of consumers aged 15 and over have purchased something online at least once. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/ecommerce-in-the-netherlands-e23-7-billion-in-2018/

Ecommerce in Belgium: €10.67 billion in 2018

Ecommerce in Belgium: €10.67 billion in 2018

Rate this post Ecommerce in Belgium was worth 10.67 billion euros in 2018. That’s an increase of almost 6 percent compared to the situation one year before. Belgian consumers have not only spent more money online, they also shopped more often: last year, the average Belgian shopper bought something online over 11 times. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/ecommerce-in-belgium-e10-67-billion-in-2018/

Warren Dons Tech-Buster Mantle

Warren Dons Tech-Buster Mantle

Rate this post Tech giants like Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple would be broken up under a proposal from U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren. “Today’s big tech companies have too much power — too much power over our economy, our society, and our democracy,” the Democratic presidential hopeful wrote in an online post. “They’ve bulldozed competition, used our private information for profit, and tilted the playing field against everyone else. And in the process, they have hurt small businesses and stifled…

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Picnic is retailer of the year in Germany

Picnic is retailer of the year in Germany

Rate this post Picnic, the popular online-only supermarket from the Netherlands, has won an ecommerce prize in Germany. At the Shop-Award 2019, the company went home with the award for Retailer of the Year. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/picnic-is-retailer-of-the-year-in-germany/

Picnic is retailer of the year in Germany

Picnic is retailer of the year in Germany

Rate this post Picnic, the popular online-only supermarket from the Netherlands, has won an ecommerce prize in Germany. At the Shop-Award 2019, the company went home with the award for Retailer of the Year. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/picnic-is-retailer-of-the-year-in-germany/

Lesara closes its doors

Lesara closes its doors

Rate this post The online store of Lesara has finally closed its doors. After the German fashion startup filed for insolvency in November last year and failed to attract an investor later on, it’s now definitely over. The ecommerce company wants to do its best to fulfill orders that have been placed already. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/lesara-closes-its-doors/

A Lesson From Amazon: Alternative Revenue Streams Work

A Lesson From Amazon: Alternative Revenue Streams Work

Rate this post There’s a reason that Amazon’s stock skyrocketed 28 percent in 2018, a notable outlier amid the broader market trends. The behemoth retailer is bolstered by a few key differentiators when stacked against the competition — but let’s backtrack for a moment to examine the state of the current online marketplace. In truth, there’s an expectation in the market that buying online is cheaper. Yet it’s often more expensive to ship goods. Most online retailers make more money…

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Lesara closes its doors

Lesara closes its doors

Rate this post The online store of Lesara has finally closed its doors. After the German fashion startup filed for insolvency in November last year and failed to attract an investor later on, it’s now definitely over. The ecommerce company wants to do its best to fulfill orders that have been placed already. Original source: https://ecommercenews.eu/lesara-closes-its-doors/

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