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Statistics

Statistics are boring? Hell no! They can be very interesting, if you are interested in the ecommerce industry that is. Check out this category to see some stunning numbers and data about the ecommerce industry in different European countries or about a certain company.

Ecommerce in Germany was worth €58.4 billion in 2017

Ecommerce in Germany

Ecommerce in Germany posted double-digit growth in 2017. The online retail industry in this European country increased by 10.9 percent to reach 58.46 billion euros at the end of 2017. Now, for the first time ever, every eighth of a euro spent in the retail sector comes from ecommerce sales. Continue reading

37% of German consumers bought furniture online

The willingness of German consumers to buy furniture online has grown significantly over time. Now more than one in three Germans, 37 percent to be more precise, have already shopped online for stuff like chairs, beds and tables. Continue reading

Ecommerce in Finland breaks all previous records

Ecommerce in Finland

Online stores in Finland have broken all the previous records during the end of 2017. The number of online orders increased by 8.2 percent during the last quarter, compared to the same period in 2016. And sales increased by 9.4 percent during the same period. Continue reading

Smartphone represents half of all mcommerce sales in UK

The United Kingdom (UK)

For the first time in the United Kingdom, ecommerce purchases made via smartphone will overtake that of tablets. This year, online sales that happened via smartphones represent 49.7 percent of all mcommerce sales. Mcommerce via smartphones will be worth about 20 billion euros in the UK this year. Continue reading

16% of European companies sell online

European Union

About one in six European companies that employ at least ten persons sold products and/or services via a website or apps last year. Among those companies, almost all of them sold to their own country, while less than half sold to customers located in other EU member states. Over a quarter of online-selling companies sold to non-EU customers. Continue reading

23% of German companies active in ecommerce

Ecommerce in Germany

Around one out of four companies in Germany, 23 percent to be precise, sold their goods and/or services through a website, mobile app or electronic data interchange (EDI) in 2016. The companies that were active online with an ecommerce website or app, generated 19 percent of their revenue through these sales channels. Continue reading

The top 10 online stores in Belgium

Ecommerce in Belgium

The top 10 of largest online stores in Belgium are being dominated by foreign players. The entire top five is filled with Dutch, German and American online stores. The first Belgian ecommerce company can be found on the sixth place. Continue reading

Dutch supermarkets’ online revenue is worth €1 billion

Online groceries

The total online revenue of Dutch supermarkets will surpass the 1 billion euros mark this year. It’s predicted that the total revenue of supermarkets in the Netherlands will be worth 35.53 billion euros in 2017, of which 2.9 percent will happen online. Continue reading

French shoppers will spend more online this Christmas

Santa Claus

Almost nine out of ten internet users in France will prepare for their Christmas shopping online. And over 70 percent will eventually buy their gifts online. The computer is still the most popular device for online shopping, although its share is decreasing. Continue reading