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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.

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Europe still dominates global ecommerce ranking

Europe still dominates global ecommerce ranking

European countries hold eight of the top ten spots on the B2C E-commerce Index of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. This list ranks countries on their reading to engage in ecommerce. Europe remains, by far, the most prepared region for ecommerce. Continue reading

Amazon has 1.1 million active sellers in Europe

Amazon has 1.1 million active sellers in Europe

There are over 1.1 million active sellers on Amazon marketplaces located in Europe. That’s an increase of 25 percent, compared to the situation last year. The most percentage growth can be found on Amazon Turkey and Amazon Italy. Continue reading

‘Ecommerce Germany will rise to €68 billion in 2019’

‘Ecommerce Germany will rise to €68 billion in 2019’

Ecommerce in Germany grew 9.1 percent last year and was worth around 63 billion euros. For this year, a further increase of almost 9 percent is expected. This would mean ecommerce in Germany will grow to 68 billion euros at the end of 2019. Continue reading

‘French ecommerce will exceed 100 billion euros in 2019’

‘French ecommerce will exceed 100 billion euros in 2019’

Ecommerce in France has achieved a turnover of 74 billion euros during the first nine months of this year. French ecommerce association Fevad thinks that, due to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, consumers will spend 20 billion euros in the last quarter, meaning French ecommerce will exceed 100 billion euros this year. Continue reading

Top 3 ecommerce Germany: €13.92 billion

Top 3 ecommerce Germany: €13.92 billion

The top 3 of biggest ecommerce companies in Germany had a total revenue of 13.92 billion euros last year. Together, the online sales of Amazon, Otto and Zalando account for 41.4 percent of the country’s top 100 of biggest online retailers. Continue reading

Albert Heijn enters top 3 Dutch ecommerce

Albert Heijn enters top 3 Dutch ecommerce

Supermarket Albert Heijn has entered the top 3 of biggest ecommerce players in the Netherlands. The Ahold-owned company achieved online sales of 565 million euros last year, which is more than Zalando did in the Netherlands. Only Bol.com (also owned by Ahold) and Coolblue had bigger revenues. Continue reading

Wildberries is Russia’s biggest clothes retailer

Wildberries is Russia’s biggest clothes retailer

Wildberries is the biggest retailer of clothes in Russia. The ecommerce player has overtaken brick-and-mortar retailer Sportsmaster as the biggest seller in this product group. It’s the first time an ecommerce outlet has become market leader. Continue reading

Ecommerce in Poland to reach €11.64 billion in 2019

Ecommerce in Poland to reach €11.64 billion in 2019

Ecommerce in Poland is predicted to increase by 25 percent this year. This would mean business-to-consumer ecommerce sales of this Eastern European country will be worth 11.64 million euros at the end of this year. Continue reading

10 reasons why ecommerce startups fail

10 reasons why ecommerce startups fail

It’s a well-known ‘statistic’ that 90 percent of startups fail within the first 120 days. But what could be the reason for an ecommerce company that just started to be unsuccessful so soon? Let’s have a look at the top 10 reasons why ecommerce startups fail. Continue reading

Ecommerce in Ireland to be worth €2.2 billion in 2019

Ecommerce in Ireland to be worth €2.2 billion in 2019

Ecommerce in Ireland is expected to be worth 2.2 billion euros at the end of 2019. The country’s online retail industry is set to increase by 12.9 percent this year, thanks to product differentiation, a growth in the mobile market and online retailers investing in their websites. Continue reading